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Prepositions of Time - should i use at or from?

asked 2019-06-10 05:35:20 -0400

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If i would like to refer to a time period, e.g. "This service is not available <at>/<from> Xpm to Ypm." Is 'at' or 'from' more accurate?

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answered 2019-06-23 12:19:48 -0400

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In the given context, it's more common to say "between X pm to Y pm". If you want to use "to," you might say "from X pm to Y pm."

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