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    #1

    Which hour was he born at? or Which o'clock?

    Hi,

    I have a question to ask. Is it correct?

    Which hour (of day) was he born at?
    Or Which o'clock was he born at?

    Thank you for help.

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    Re: Which hour was he born at? or Which o'clock?

    Usually we'd ask "What time was he born?"

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    Re: Which hour was he born at? or Which o'clock?

    Thank you, Jill

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