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    Asking and Telling the time: PowerPoint Presentation Asking and Telling the time: PowerPoint Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • It’s eight o’clock. nine o’clock. twelve o’clock. noon.midday.midnight.
    • It’s tenfivetwenty (minutes) past nine . past nine. twenty-five a quarter half past nine .
    • It’s five ten to ten .twenty-five atwenty quarter to ten . to ten.
    • ten ten. two five. five two. past toIt’s
    • three three.a quarter eight. eight a quarter. past to It’s
    • eleven nine. nine eleven. five five. past toIt’s
    • o’clock o’clock.twelve twelve. six six. past toIt’s
    • It’s seven o’clock.
    • It’s twenty –five to two.
    • It’s ten past two.
    • It’s a quarter past three.
    • It’s five past six.
    • twelve o’clock. half past three. twelve past three. three o’clock.It’s
    • five past nine. nine past five. one past nine. five to nine.It’s
    • six past nine. half past nine. half to nine. six to nine.It’s
    • ten past four. ten past four. four to ten. ten to four.It’s
    • a quarter to twelve. nine o’clock. a quarter past twelve. nine to twelve.It’s