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    #1

    one a quarter

    Hi:
    I have a question about " time".
    For example,1:15p.m.
    I can say it's one fifteen p.m.
    or
    It's fifteen past one.
    It's a quarter past one.
    I wonder if I may say one a quarter p. m.
    Could you check it for me?
    Thanks a lot!

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    #2

    Re: one a quarter

    One fifteen or a quarter past one.

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    #3

    Re: one a quarter

    ... or, in Am E, 'a quarter after one' (I think - check, it's not my language )

    b

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