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My husband and I are having a disagreement over how something is said in French. We have been learning French and learn more and more each trip but we disagree on the following:

I say that when making a reservation for a table for two at 8 PM it is said '

Je voudrais une réservation pour une table pour 2 à 8

but he says it should be with the 24 hour clock and should be

Je voudrais une réservation pour une table pour 2 à 20:00

Which is correct ? I want to be correct when making our dinner reservations in Paris

Thanks

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