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    watch out for 2:40 mark?

    When you say something like "2:40 mark" to refer to a specific point in, say, a video clip, how do you actually say it? "two mintes and forty seconds mark"? or "two minute and forty second mark" with out the -s? Thank you!

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    Re: watch out for 2:40 mark?

    I say 'the two minutes forty mark'.

    Rover

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