lesson 9 WHAT TIME IS IT?

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Question English
Answer English

what time is it?

Twenty past eight
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8:20

A quarter past seven
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07:15

a quarter to two
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01:45

half past twelve or twelve thirty
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12:30

six o'clock
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06:00

five to four
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03:55

Helena is waiting for her lover. They had a date at a quarter to eight.
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She is still waiting for him.

Claudine arranged a date with the guy who has been giving her flowers for the last two months. The date was at seven o'clock.
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She won't be getting any more flowers.

The guy who Jennifer is waiting for should have arrived at a quarter past eight. He is fifteen minutes late so far.
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Perhaps she will be luckier than the other two girls.

during the day
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morning, afternoon, evening, night

GREETINGS: GOOD MORNING
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from the time you wake up until 12 p.m.

GREETINGS: GOOD AFTERNOON
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from 12 p.m. (or after lunch) to 5 p.m.

GREETINGS: GOOD EVENING
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after 5 p.m.

GREETINGS: GOOD NIGHT
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to say goodbye at night or before going to bed.

12 p.m.
After 11 a.m. follows 12 p.m.
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noon or midday
P.M. means post meridiem (after noon)

12 a.m.
After 11 p.m., follows 12 a.m.
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midnight
A.M. means ante meridiem (before noon)

Days of the week
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Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
The days of the week start with a capital letter.

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

The four seasons
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Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter. I am sorry.

What's the date? dates in written English
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September 4, 2007. 4th September, 2007 (Br English). September 4th, 2007 (Am English). 9/4/07.

What's the date? dates in spoken English
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September fourth, two thousand and seven. September the fourth, two thousand and seven. The fourth of September, two thousand and seven.


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