You could leave out "got" and it would still be a sentence.

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thank you :)

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I have work scheduled for 12 pm

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There seems to be some difference between spoken and written English. Many Aussies would probably <I>say</I> "I have got" (or rather "I've got"), but would be aware that in written English, it would be neater to lose the "got". I try to avoid using "have got" in conversation, but I'm sure I use it at times without thinking about it. It's difficult to avoid when you're surrounded by people who take pride in their ignorance ;-)

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Lose the "got" and change "at" to "for": I have some work scheduled for 12 pm.

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My work is scheduled for 12 noon would be more succinct.

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Thank you :)

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Here's how I would say it, but both might be correct. "I have some work scheduled at 12 noon.

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Thank you :)

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There is no such time. It should be either Noon or Midnight if the scheduled time is for the exact hour.

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