The Time

 

Practice the sentences

Listen to the dialogue and choose the matching statement.
Could you tell me the time?en
It's ten minutes to midnight.en
 
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    • She wants to know the time.en
       
    • She wants to go to the bakery.en
       
    • She wants to dance.en
       
 
 
What time does school start?en
School starts a quarter to eight.en
 
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    • School starts at eight o'clock.en
       
    • Their school starts at a quarter to eight.en
       
    • School ends at eight in the evening.en
       
 
 
When do you want to meet?en
Let's meet tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock.en
 
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    • She wants to meet at night.en
       
    • She wants to meet in the afternoon.en
       
    • She wants to meet in the morning.en
       
 
 
 
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Practice the phrases

Build the sentence by clicking on the words.
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Learn the dialog

Listen to the dialogue while reading the text.
What time is it? I don't want to be late for dinner.en
It's six pm.en
That's good. Dinner is at seven o'clock.en
What time are your friends arriving?en
They said they will be here at half past six.en
They are always early. We should get ready then.en
Yes, they are never late and we, on the other hand, usually are.en
Tonight we will be ready in time!en
 

Practice the dialog

Complete the dialogue.
 
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What time is it? I don't want to be   for dinner.
 
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It's six pm.
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That's good.   is at seven o'clock.
 
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What time are your friends  ⁠?
 
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They said they will be here at half   six.
 
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They are   early. We should get ready then.
 
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Yes, they are never   and we, on the other hand, usually are.
 
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  we will be ready in time!
 
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Practice Listening

Listen to the audio and choose the matching time.
 
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    • 2:30
       
    • 2:15
       
    • 1:45
       
 
 
 
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    • 11:20
       
    • 8:11
       
    • 11:02
       
 
 
 
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    • 6:20 pm.
       
    • 6:40 am.
       
    • 6:30 am.
       
 
 
 
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Speak the dialogue

Speak your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Record your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Then replay your recording and compare each recorded part to the original.
David
What time is it? I don't want to be late for dinner.en
You
It's six pm.en
That's good. Dinner is at seven o'clock.en
What time are your friends arriving?en
They said they will be here at half past six.en
They are always early. We should get ready then.en
Yes, they are never late and we, on the other hand, usually are.en
Tonight we will be ready in time!en
Speak your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Record your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Then replay your recording and compare each recorded part to the original.
You
What time is it? I don't want to be late for dinner.en
Ashlee
It's six pm.en
That's good. Dinner is at seven o'clock.en
What time are your friends arriving?en
They said they will be here at half past six.en
They are always early. We should get ready then.en
Yes, they are never late and we, on the other hand, usually are.en
Tonight we will be ready in time!en
 
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