Translation:It is two o'clock now.
"Now" is rather redundant in English when you're talking about time in the present tense, please make it optional.
"Right now it is two o'clock" should also be acceptable. There is no rule that "now" should be at the end.
I just unscrambled the words in English that were provided to me as tiles. My solution was evaluated as correct - but it also prompted that I have a typo - something to do with the ' in the 'o clock of the tiles I unscrambled. It doesn't impact my learning in any way, but just wanted to bring it to the attention of course developers to further improve the learner's experience!
'It is exactly 2 o'clock now' is not accepted and '2' corrected to 'two'? ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ seriously?!
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