How Well Do You Know Telling Time in Spanish?

Understanding Time Telling in Spanish

Telling time in Spanish requires understanding the different ways to express hours and minutes. The exercises provided above challenge your knowledge of telling time in the Spanish language. Here are the correct answers to each blank:

1) Es la una de la mañana/Es la una en punto de la mañana.
When it's 1:00 a.m., you can say "Es la una de la mañana" which translates to "It's one in the morning."

2) Son las tres menos diez de la mañana.
For 2:50 a.m., the correct way to say it in Spanish is "Son las tres menos diez de la mañana," meaning "It's three minus ten in the morning."

3) Son las cuatro y cuarto de la tarde/Son las cuatro y quince de la tarde.
When it's 4:15 p.m., you can say "Son las cuatro y cuarto de la tarde" or "Son las cuatro y quince de la tarde," both meaning "It's four fifteen in the afternoon."

4) Son las ocho y media de la noche.
At 8:30 p.m., you would say "Son las ocho y media de la noche," which translates to "It's eight thirty in the evening."

5) Son las nueve y quince de la mañana.
For 9:15 a.m., the correct expression is "Son las nueve y quince de la mañana," meaning "It's nine fifteen in the morning."

By understanding these examples, you can improve your proficiency in telling time effectively in Spanish.

Note: Exercises 6) and 9) mentioned in the prompt were not provided. However, the other exercises cover various time expressions in Spanish.

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