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    o'clock

    Hi

    1. It's five in the evening.

    2. It's nine in the morning.

    etc.

    --- Do I always have to add "o'clock"? "It's five o'clock in the evening" etc.

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    Re: o'clock

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    1. It's five in the evening.

    2. It's nine in the morning.

    etc.

    --- Do I always have to add "o'clock"? "It's five o'clock in the evening" etc.
    No you don't.

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