Expressing time


1. Do I say, 'see you in an hour's time, or see you in an hour time?'

2. 'There are more than one hand bag in the room.'

    'There are more than one hand bags in the room.'

Which is corret? Thank you.


asked Jun 27 '11 at 09:31 Albert New member

2 answers


1. Genetive case is correct here. You can also say "See you in an hour"

2. "There IS more than one chair in the room"

link comment answered Jun 27 '11 at 14:39 Gabedude Contributor



For (1) Gabe is correct, the genitive case is best.  The genitive is grammar-lingo that means possessive.  In this case, we use the possessive of 'hour'.


Here are some helpful constructions for dealing with (2).  


There is more than one. . .

(There is no more. . .)


There are some more . . . (cookies, for example)

(There aren't any more . . .)


I hope this is helpful for you.





link comment answered Jun 30 '11 at 14:48 Kimberly Expert

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