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Traveller 2 By: Sulaiman Al Mohawes www.abinmahdi.com/e2
at at six o'clock / at half past two at noon / at night / at midnight / at middy at the weekend at breakfast / at lunch / at dinner at fifteen / at the age of twenty at the moment
in in the morning / in the afternoon / in the evening in April / in June / in January in spring / in winter / in autumn / in summer in 2006 / in the 20th century in my free time
on on Friday / on Sunday / on Monday on Friday morning / on Sunday afternoon on weekdays on 15th January
during I met Ali during my trip to Riyadh.
after He left after lunch.
before He arrived before midnight.
from...till/until/to We usually work from nine till five. We usually work from nine until five. We usually work from nine to five.
ago I came back from work an hour ago.
TIME PAST O’CLOCK TO HALF TO HALF O’CLOCK PAST.
Learn all about the year.
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Mrs. F B Kh Daily Routines.
My Daily Routine By Diogo Azevedo, nº16 - 6ºG.
Ordinal Numbers 1st----first 6th---sixth 2nd---second 7th---seventh
Prepositions of time In on at.
What’s the time?.
What time is it? Coo-Coo one o'clock a quarter to seven
Telling the Time. Telling the Time, Days, Months, Seasons, Dates, Prepositions of time (in, on, at)
My Daily Life!!! By Vasso. MORNING I wake up at 7 am every day. At 8 am I eat my breakfast and leave for school. I usually arrive at school just 1 minute.
TIME PREPOSITIONS. _____ Saturdays _____ 6:30 _____ the afternoon _____ my birthday _____ August _____ last week _____ the weekend _____ Chrtistmas Eve.
Longman Welcome to English
Prepositions of Time Rules for using in on at.
The Months and The Seasons Prepared by Claudia Doria and Terra Myers.
The days of the week Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Prepositions of Time at, in, on. At 1. At a specific time: … at five o’clock … at half past three 2. At a period of time: … at noon … at night … at midnight.
pages 36–41 QUESTIONS 7,8,9 내용의 연관성 내용의 완성도 1) 30 seconds to read (study) the information 2) Then you will hear the beginning of a telephone call;
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