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    How to express time?

    Can I say that" It is half past zero a.m".
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    Re: How to express time?

    If you are using a 24 hour time system, then you don't need to say "a.m."

    I would say it's half past twelve or twelve thirty AM.

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    Re: How to express time?

    No

    It's 'half past twelve/midnight'.

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