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    Ice-hockey - 20:00

    Hey,

    when the time in one of the periods is 5:13, the announcer says:

    "At five thirteen"

    when the time in one of the periods is 15:13, the announcer says:

    "At fifteen thirteen"

    But what does he announce when the time in one of the periods is 20:00?

    At twenty hundreds or twenty nothing?

    I suppose neither of my proposed expressions is correct. Will you help me out? I can't find any annoncers on youtube shouting that out.

    Thank you for your care,

    Waawe

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    Re: Ice-hockey - 20:00

    They'd probably just say "at twenty minutes."

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