L’heure – Tell the time

 

QUESTIONS POSSIBLES – POSSIBLE QUESTIONS

What time is it?
What’s the time?
What time do you make it?

HEURE PLEINE – FULL HOUR

01:00  It’s one (o’clock)

01:00 a.m.  It’s one o’clock in the morning.      01:00 p.m.  It’s one o’clock in the afternoon.

12:00  It’s midday. It’s noon. / It’s twelve (o’clock)
00:00 It’s midnight.

JUSQUE  A LA DEMIE – UNTIL 30 MINUTES PAST THE HOUR

02:05  (It’s) five past two.
03:10   (It’s) ten past three.
04:15  (It’s) a quarter past four. /(It’s) quarter past four. /(It’s) fifteen past four.
05:20 (It’s) twenty past five.
06:25  (It’s) twenty-five past six.
07:30  (It’s) half past seven.

DE LA DEMIE A L’HEURE PLEINE – FROM 31 MINUTES TO THE FULL HOUR

08:35  (It’s) twenty-five to nine.
09:40  (It’s) twenty to ten.
10:45  (It’s) a quarter to eleven. / (It’s) quarter to eleven. / (It’s) fifteen to eleven.
11: 50  (It’s) ten to twelve.
12:55  (It’s) five to one.

AUTRES SOLUTIONS POUR LES HORAIRES DE TRAIN OU DE BUS – OTHER SOLUTIONS TO TALK ABOUT BUS OR TRAIN SCHEDULES

10:30  Ten thirty
05:35 Five thirty-five

ATTENTION !
* Si les heures ne sont pas des multiples de 5! – If minutes can’t be divided by 5:

02:54  (It’s) six minutes to three.
11:08  (It’s) eight minutes to twelve

* Le matin – in the morning
It’s five a.m.
*
l’après-midi – in the evening
It’s five p.m.

 

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