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Peter_Gabriel

Senior Member
Polish
Dear all,
Can shift word order as in these two sentences? I mean can I put the underlined time expression after 'tomorrow' or before 'tomorrow'?
I am not sure if both these sentences are correct.

1. The meeting has been postponed until 2 o'clock pm. tomorrow

2. Tonight's game has been postponed until tomorrow at 7pm Woodstock
 
  • sdgraham

    Senior Member
    USA English
    1. The meeting has been postponed until 2 o'clock pm. tomorrow :tick:, but you don't need the "o'clock" if you specify "pm"

    2. Tonight's game has been postponed until tomorrow at 7pm Woodstock :confused: What is the "Woodstock" here?
     

    Peter_Gabriel

    Senior Member
    Polish
    1. The meeting has been postponed until 2 o'clock pm. tomorrow :tick:, but you don't need the "o'clock" if you specify "pm"

    2. Tonight's game has been postponed until tomorrow at 7pm Woodstock :confused: What is the "Woodstock" here?
    Woodstock is a name of a town.
     

    Peter_Gabriel

    Senior Member
    Polish
    1. The meeting has been postponed until 2 o'clock pm. tomorrow :tick:, but you don't need the "o'clock" if you specify "pm"

    2. Tonight's game has been postponed until tomorrow at 7pm Woodstock :confused: What is the "Woodstock" here?
    Tonight's game at Woodstock has been postponed until tomorrow at 7pm
    Thanks for your example--So it follows from that that I can use either : until 2 pm. tomorrow or until tomorrow at 2 p.m.
     
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