Does Europe use 24hr time?
Most Europeans use the 24-hour clock—known to us Yanks as “military time,” though you’ll never hear an Italian bark out a phrase like “at oh-six-hundred hours,” not even in Italian (and not just because few Italians are silly enough to be awake at that ungodly hour).
How do they tell time in the Netherlands?
In English, when you tell the time, the minutes are expressed in relation to the hour. However, In Dutch the half hour and the hour are just as important as each other. Therefore, in Dutch the minutes are expressed in relation to both the hour and the half hour.
Which country are the Dutch?
Dutch is spoken not only in the Netherlands, but it is also the official language of Flanders, the neighbouring northern provinces of Belgium. Worldwide, Dutch is a national language in Suriname (South America), Aruba and the Dutch Antilles (Caribbean). In total Dutch has 23 million mother tongue speakers.
Do clocks change in Netherlands?
The European mainland of the Netherlands uses Daylight Saving Time (DST) during part of the year. The DST period starts on the last Sunday of March and ends on the last Sunday of October, together with most other European countries.
Is it 2400 or 0000?
The question sometimes arises whether midnight is written as 2400 or 0000. Military and emergency services personnel refer to midnight both ways. However, digital watches and clocks that display time in a 24-hour format and computer equipment treat midnight as the start of a new day and express it as 0000.
What does 16 mean in time?
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Is 22 AM or PM?
24-Hour Time Format