Fully funded online courses : What time is it? or What’s the time? Are the 2 questions just as correct to find out what time it is? Are you sure you know what am and pm mean when we say time in English?
Have you Fully funded online courses ever been asked «What time is it?» or «What time do you have a lesson today?» and be skeptical about the correctness of your answer? That’s why below we will analyze the way we say the time in English , so you can answer with confidence!
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When we want to ask «What time is it?» we can do it in different ways…
What’s the time? – what time is it;
What time is it? – what time is it;
Could you tell me the time, please? – can you tell me what time it is, please?
Do you happen to have the time? – Do you happen to know the time?
Do you know what time it is? – Do you know what time it is?
Excuse me, do you know what time it is, please? – Excuse me, do you know what time it is, please?
The time in English
To say the time in English we use the words…
it’s… it is
quarter .. τέταρτο
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quarter past… and quarter
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just gone… just passed
and of course the numbers
Rules for exam candidates
🔥 In English Fully funded online courses we first say the minutes and then the hour with the exception of Exactly – o’clock. 🤑 🔥
1. Exactly – o’clock
When the hands of the clock show «exactly» , then we use o’clock immediately after it’s and time .
It’s three o’clock (3:00) – It’s three o’clock
It’s six o’clock (6:00) – Six o’clock
It’s ten o’clock (10:00) – Ten o’clock
2. And half – half past
When the clock shows «and a half» , then we use the half past immediately after it’s but before the time .
It’s half past five (05:30) – Five and a half
It’s half past two (02:30) – Two and a half
It’s half past six (06:30) – Six and a half
3. And Fourth – quarter past…. Despite Fourth – quarter to
When the time is «and quarter» , then we use the (a) quarter past immediately after it’s but before the time .
When the time is «rather than a quarter» , then we use the (a) quarter to after it’s but before the time .
It’s (a) quarter past ten (10:15) – Ten and four
It’s (a) quarter past four (04:15) – Four and four
It’s (a) quarter to one (12:45) –
Μία παρά τέταρτο It’s (a) quarter to eleven (10:45) –
In both cases (a) is in parentheses, why not say the sentence and the time is right.
4.AM / PM
Usually in English we do not use the 24 hour clock format . We use am for the morning and pm for the afternoon and evening . These are the initials of the Latin terms » ante meridiem » and » post meridiem » which mean » before noon » and » after noon «.
6 am = Six o’clock in the morning
6 pm = Six o’clock in the afternoon
9 am = Nine o’clock in the morning
9 pm = Nine o’clock in the evening
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5:30 – five thirty
7:15 – seven fifteen
2:45 – two forty-five
The British prefer to use fractions and the «reverse» way (minutes, then hours)…
11:20 – It’s twenty past eleven.
6:35 – It’s twenty-five to seven.
2:12 – It’s twelve past two.
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Time-related expressions in English…
It’s exactly… – It is exactly…
It’s almost… – It is almost…
It’s about… – It is about…
I am on time – I am on time, consistent
Just in time
Clockwise – Clockwise – clockwise
Twenty-four seven – 24 hours a day
Time goes by
At the last minute
Hold on / Hang on a minute – Wait a minute
I have all the time in the world – I have plenty of time at my disposal
From time to time – Occasionally, occasionally
For the time being – Προς το παρόν
It’s a matter of time
Kill time – I kill my time
My watch / clock is (5 minutes) fast: My watch goes (5 minutes) forward
My watch / clock is (5 minutes) slow: My watch goes (5 minutes) back