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Spanish Clock 1

Telling Time

Samara Eugene

on 27 June 2012

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Transcript of Spanish Clock 1

SPANISH TIME 12 3 6 9 1 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 doce una dos tres cuatro cinco seis siete ocho nueve diez once menos veinticinco menos veinte y cuarenta y cinco y cincuenta y cincuenta
y cinco y cinco y diez y cuarto y veinte y veinticinco y media Son las Es la... ¿Qué hora es? ¿A qué hora...? A las.../A la... Online Interactive Practice
Go to: www.onlinefreespanish.com
Click on: Lessons
Scroll down to: Calendario
Click on: Telling Time
Double click on: "Telling Time Part 1"

http://www.onlinefreespanish.com/aplica/lessons/time/time1.htm Listen and watch.
Complete explanation and practice! Click next to the "X" to remove the ads. If this clock isn't enough review for you then either watch a video with step by step instructions or do an interactive online activity that starts with the basics. You can always do both!
Come to class prepared knowing time! 6:30 y cuarenta menos cuatro menos diez menos cinco y treinta y cinco 12:00 1:20 2:35 8:55 Modern time formula Son las (hour) y (minutes).
3:00 Son las tres.
4:10 Son las cuatro y diez.
9:40 Son las nueve y cuarenta.
Formula for one o'clock Es la (una) y (minutes)
1:00 Es la una.
1:10 Es la una y diez. Key vocabulary :15 y cuarto/menos cuarto
:30 y media Traditional time formula when
after the half hour (not required): Son las (round to next hour)
menos (minutes to that hour).
10:50 Son las once (next hour)
menos diez (minutes to next hour).

Tricky ONE...12:35

12:35 Es la una (next hour)
menos veinticinco (minutes to hour). menos (minutes to next hour). Son las (round to next hour) Es la (una) y (minutes). Son las (hour) y (minutes). Next steps:
1. Examples with digital and face clocks.
2. Listen and watch a video for more in depth instruction.
3. Online interactive practice.
Do as much as you need until you feel you
understand how to tell time in Spanish.
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