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    Please check that video at 1:20 minute or 2:20 minute".

    If I ask somebody to check a particular part of a video then what do I need to say? "Please check that video at 1:20 minute or 2:20 minute".

    Please check my sentence.

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    Re: Please check that video at 1:20 minute or 2:20 minute".

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    If I want to ask somebody to check a particular part of a video​, then what do I need to say? "Please check that video at 1:20 minute or 2:20 minute"?

    Please check my sentences.
    If you say "Please check the video at 1:20 or 2:20", the person will answer with "Which one do you want me to check? 1:20 or 2:20?"
    Perhaps you meant to write "Please check the video at 1:20" or "Please check the video at 2:20".

    You don't need to use the word "minute(s)" in your question.

    To clarify, you would need to ask things like "Please watch this video from 1:20" or "Please fast-forward to 1:20 and tell me what the man in the yellow T-shirt says".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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