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  • 1. The Time …o’clock five to… five past… ten to… ten past… quarter to… quarter past… twenty to… twenty past… twenty-five to… twenty-five past… half past…a.m. stands for the Latin phrase Ante Meridiem, which means “before noon”.p.m. stands for Post Meridiem, which means “after noon”.Asking the time: What time is it? What is the time?What time is it? It’s three o’clock. It’s quarter past two. It’s half past two. It’s five to three. Your nline English Class – http://youronlinenglishclass.com.pt