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    What time is class or session?

    What time is "session" or "class"?

    What time is the cricket match that you are going to play with Tom's team?

    What time is the marriage ceremony?

    What time is the party?

    Are these sentences correct?

    If yes, then can we also say "What time does the class start" or "At what time is your match going to start or take place" or "When does the party start"?

    What time is "news" or "cricket match" on TV? Can we omit "On TV" here?

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    Re: What time is class or session?

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    Tufguy, this is ridiculous. You're posting questions every few minutes. It's not a competition, and you win no prize.
    Wear short sleeves! Support your right to bare arms!

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    Re: What time is class or session?

    Agreed. This is too much, tufguy. I have closed this thread.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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