Presentation on theme: "Amte What Time is it? Walk! Don’t talk! Science is at eight o’clock! What Time is it?Are you late again? Geography is at half past ten! What Time is it?Music."— Presentation transcript:
amte What Time is it? Walk! Don’t talk! Science is at eight o’clock! What Time is it?Are you late again? Geography is at half past ten! What Time is it?Music is fun! The lesson is at a quarter past one! What Time is it?Can you tell me! English is at a quarter to three! The bus arrives at half past four! Get your books and close the door! (Poem from “ Fun club - teacher's book”)
amte In English we use "past" to say times after the hour until half past, or 30 minutes past the hour. We use "to" to say times before the hour from 31 minutes until the full hour. In English we use o'clock only at the full hour. Example: It's eight o'clock We can also just say the numbers in groups of two. Example: It's seven twenty-five When speaking about the different times of the day we often use: in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening We use at night NOT in the night Be careful!
amte REMEMBER Sometimes it is possible to see a.m. And p.m. written with time. A.M. is the time after midnight through the morning. P.M. is the afternoon and evening.
amte 10:30 am Tell the exact times below It’s a quarter to ten It’s ten to nine It’s thirty-four past nine It’s a quarter past twelve It’s twelve to fifteen It’s fifteen to twelve It’s ten to past It’s twenty past ten It’s half past ten It’s six past ten It’s ten to six It’s ten past six It’s four past twenty-five It’s four to twenty-five It’s twenty-five past four It’s five to eight It’s seven past fifty-five It’s fifty-five to seven It’s twenty-eight past two It’s two to twenty-eight It’s twenty-eight to two 9:45 pm12:15 pm 6:10 pm 7:55 am4:25 pm2:28 pm 11:40 am It’s twenty to twelve It’s fifty past eleven It’s eleven to fourty
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