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Hi, I'm not sure how to express these concepts:

  1. In New York it's (5 hours) earlier / later than in Fantasyland.

  2. In New York the time is (5 hours) ahead of / behind Fantasyland time.

  3. In New York it's (5 hours) ahead of / behind Fantasyland time.
Some of them sound strange. What are the usual ways to say such a thing?

Thank you in advance.
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In the U.S., you're most likely to just hear "New York is five hours ahead of Fantasyland."
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... provided Fantasyland is somewhere out in the Pacific Ocean, of course.

CJ