clock and numbers

Information about clock and numbers

Published on August 10, 2014

Author: alixsierra

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TIME AND DATES telephone numbers : TIME AND DATES telephone numbers By Alicia Sierra Time: Time You can use two forms to say the time: First = 1st. 10:15 = ten fifteen 12:48 = twelve forty eight Form = HOUR + MINUTES Second = 2nd. 10:15 = fifteen past ten = fifteen after ten 12:48 = twelve to one = twelve before one = twelve till one or twelve of one Form : MINUTES + ( past / before ) or ( to / till / before /of) + HOURS As in spanish the clock in English can be read :: As in spanish the clock in English can be read : To Past 1 12 2 7 8 3 6 9 5 4 11 10 The short hand is in the nine ( hours ) and the long hand is in number twelve (minutes): What time is it ? Nine o’clock As in spanish the clock in English can be read :: As in spanish the clock in English can be read : To Past 1 12 2 7 8 3 6 9 5 4 11 10 The short hand is in the number nine and the long hand is in number six : What’s the time? A quarter to six As in spanish the clock in English can be read :: As in spanish the clock in English can be read : To Past 1 12 2 7 8 3 6 9 5 4 11 10 The short hand is in the number four ( hours ) and the long hand is in eleven (minutes): What’s the time? Five minutes to four As in spanish the clock in English can be read :: As in spanish the clock in English can be read : To Past 1 12 2 7 8 3 6 9 5 4 11 10 The short hand is in the number eleven and the long hand is in eight : What time is it ? Twenty minutes to eleven As in spanish the clock in English can be read :: As in spanish the clock in English can be read : To Past 1 12 2 7 8 3 6 9 5 4 11 10 The short hand is in the number six ( hours ) and the long hand is in number one (minutes): What time is it ? five past six As in spanish the clock in English can be read :: As in spanish the clock in English can be read : To Past 1 12 2 7 8 3 6 9 5 4 11 10 The short hand is in the number seven ( hours ) and the long hand is in number six (minutes): What time is it ? A half past seven clock examples: clock examples What time is it ? It’s ten o’clock It’s two and a half It’s a quarter to three It’s a quarter till three It’s a quarter of three It’s a quarter before three It’s five past seven It’s five after seven Extra information about the time: Extra information about the time A.M. = ante meridiem P.M.= Post Meridiem When speaking about the different times of the day we often use: in the morning in the afternoon in the evening. at night Be careful! In English we use at night NOT in the night Time prepositions: Time prepositions At in on Time : at 4 o’clock Months: in April, in May, etc. Years : In 2014 Days : on Sunday, on New Year’s Day Holidays : at Christmas Seasons : in spring, in autumn, in winter, etc Dates : on 20 th September, etc Expressions: at noon, at the moment, at the weekend, at the end, at the beginning, in the afternoon, etc. chart: chart Practice:: Practice : dates: dates British English In this place the day is usually put before the month. If you wish, you can add ( th ./ st ./rd.) the ending of the ordinal number. The preposition  of before the month is usually dropped. You can put a comma (,) before the year, but this is not common anymore in British English.  Example: 18( th ) (of) August(,) 2011 You can also write the date by using numbers only. The most common forms are: Example: 5-10-11 Note, however, that 5/10/11 usually means 5 October 2011 in British English American English In this culture the month is usually put before the day. If you wish, you can put “ the” (the definite article) before the day. It is common to write a comma before the year. Example: August (the) 18( th ), 2011 You can also write the date by using numbers only. The most common forms are: Example: 5-10-11 May 10, 2011 in American English. T To avoid any possible confusion, you should spell out the month or use the abbreviation. here and there scattered around or happening in several different places: here and there scattered around or happening in several different places Here = in this place at this point in time There = to say that something exists or happens Example: The house just needs a bit of paint here and there This-these/that-those: This-these / that-those This is my mother These are your examples That is my friend Bob Those are parts of your Learning The word This is for singular things It is used to refer to a person, thing, idea etc that has just been mentioned or to something that has just happened. Or , it is used to talk about a thing or person that is near you, the thing you are holding, or the place where you are. The word These is used in plural. The word That is used to refer to a person, thing, idea etc that has already been mentioned or is already known about. Or, it is used to refer to a person or thing that is not near you. The word Those is used in plural. Answer these questions: Answer these questions Did you remember the months of the year ? What are the days of the week ? What is an ordinal number ? Can you recognize a preposition as a part of speech ? Are there other forms to ask for the time? Try to do a relation between here with this / these and there with that / those . Can you check their link? Today is … Numbers from 0 to twenty: Numbers from 0 to twenty What’s your number ? 442-3516798 ( four - four-two-three-five - six - seven - nine - eight ) or ( double four - two-three …) What is your phone number ? 442-5008779 ( four-four-two-five-zero-zero-eight-seven - seven – nine ) ( double four-two-five-double zero-eight - double seven – nine ) ( four - four - two - five -oh-oh- eight - seven - seven – nine ) Read and review as many times as you need: Read and review as many times as you need Cardinal numbers are: ( they serve to talk about quantity ) 1 = one 8= eight 5= five Etc. Ordinal numbers are: ( they serve to give order ) 1st. = First 2nd. = second 3rd. = Third 4th. = fourth Etc. Thanks: Thanks Have a nice week

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