'At 6'o clock' Or 'At exactly 6'o clock'

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razakazmii

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Urdu
Hello,

I am wondering, can these both expressions would soung right in a tense, which I am going to write.

1. The peon rings the bell at 6'o clock.
2. The peon rings the bell at exactly 6'o clock.

Are these both right?
 
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    American English
    If you check our dictionary, you'll find it's "o'clock."

    The peon rings the bell at (exactly) six o'clock.

    The sentence is correct with or without "exactly."
     
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