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    Time

    Hi, teacher!

    I know that when someone asks "what time is it ?" we should answer , for example, it `s nine ten p.m., but I would like to know if there is a possibility of using "and", it `s nine and ten p.m..

    I am looking foward for your answer.

    Daniela.

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    Re: Time

    No.

    It's ten (minutes) after nine (mostly in Am E), or past nine (mostly Br E). Or, as you wrote, it's nine ten.

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