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1. I will meet him at 13:00 p.m.
2. I will meet him at 13:00.
3. I will meet him at 1:00 p.m.

(Which ones are correct? Are all correct? Where can I find the information about that on the Internet?)

  • English -

    #3 is correct.

    You may also say 1300 hours. You do not need the p.m. following that.

  • English -

    #2 is also correct (you know, after 12 midday, comes 13, 14, etc. for 1pm, 2pm, etc). #1 is not correct as it's redundent since it's understood that theh hour 13 is already 1pm. :o)

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    Oops I just caught myself in a typo: It's "redundant" not redundent. :o)

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