In the multiple choice, "vid elva" was accepted as well. I thought that rather means "at about eleven". Or does it mean the same as "klockan elva"?
Yes, vid elva is 'at about eleven'. It shouldn't appear in the multiple choice here, I'll take a look at that.
'vid' elva is still one of my choices for an answer, whereas klockan is not mentioned in the choices.
So no lunch, then.
What does klockan mean? Is it a special kind of at that only applies when talking about time?
Can one use slutar instead of stänger here as well?
I have the same question.
Would this mean 11am, pm or is it ambiguous?