question was write nine thirty so i put du matin and it was marked wrong, just nine thirty was correct. thought we were meant to specify. when i used 24 hour clock i get marked wrong.
what are the rules as im getting so confused.
When you use the colloquial 12-hour time reference, you need to add du matin or du soir to distinguish, say 9:30 a.m. from 9:30 p.m. When you use the more official 24-hour time, you don't add them.
Since the lesson you link to is about telling time in the 12-hour reference, I guess you're supposed to use that time reference when you answer the questions.
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