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Basic Questions about Tense

A is the the ordinary perfect tense which I'm confident you're already familiar with. B is the special subjunctive (Konjunktiv I) in the past tense. The main difference is that the subjunctive is used ...
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Do we have to say "Uhr" when we give the time?

giving the time is a very complex topic. It's a matter of where you are in the D-A-CH area. In Austria we mostly use Viertel and Dreiviertel of an hour if you don't want to tell the exact time. If you ...
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Is it "in Urlaub", "im Urlaub", or "auf Urlaub"?

The only correct form is 'auf Urlaub'. Ich bin auf Urlaub. Ich werde von xx.August bis xx.August auf Urlaub sein. Ich bin in Salzburg auf Urlaub. But: Ich habe mir im Urlaub meinen Arm gebrochen. Ich ...
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Is there a difference between "bitte noch" and "bitte"?

"Bitte noch" is not a combined idiom. "noch" or "auch noch" implies that it's in addition to something else, whereas "bitte" is a singular request. So sure if ...
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Is there a difference between "bitte noch" and "bitte"?

"bitte" and "noch" do not group up like that. You can take out the "bitte" in both versions and the sentences are the same, except without "please". So "...
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Do we have to say "Uhr" when we give the time?

You seem to be asking two different questions, so I'll try to answer both of them. Regarding "Uhr", there are two different situations: "Es ist drei [Uhr]." With full hours, &...
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