How Many Days In A Fortnight
How many days is the shift?
A quarter of 14 days.
The fourth is the unit of time which corresponds to fourteen days. The word comes from the Old English feorwertyne niht, which means fourteen hours.  
Fort is a common term in many countries in the UK and the Commonwealth, such as India and Australia, where many wages, salaries and most social security benefits are paid immediately.  The word is rarely used in the United States, but is used regionally in Caa. The payroll system can use the term weekly, which refers to a bi-weekly pay slip. The terms "every four years" and "weekly" are often confused with every two months.
In many languages there is not a single word for fifteen days and it should be used for two weeks or fourteen days. In Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese there are fourteen days (or fifteen days), Queensland Journey, fourteen days and fourteen days, that is, every fortnight. In Greek, the term dipentium is also used, which means fifteen days. In the arc, the terms srt Â £ Â³Ã˜Â¨Ã ÂˆÃ˜Â¹Ã˜ Â (two weeks) and long term rt ™… Â³Ã Â Â¹Ã Â§Ã Ã Â (fifteen days) is used for low degree. In Hebrew, the term - Â © - Â'Ã - Â • - Â - Â ™ - Â - Â (two weeks) is used.
Instead, Welsh uses the term pythefnos, which means fifteen hours. This is equivalent to the Welsh term for one week, ie Vetnus (eight hours).
The fourth mode is the basic unit of time in the unit's FFF system.
14 days equals a quarter of 2 weeks. I think your hint is when a German assistant comes to my school to help us learn German. I sang along. Which one did you tell him ?. So maybe a quarter is just in the UK, Australia and the US?
Gives a room for 15 days. I'm sure of my answer.