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Asking and Telling the time: PowerPoint Presentation


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Asking and Telling the time: PowerPoint Presentation

  1. 1. It’s eight o’clock. nine o’clock. twelve o’clock. noon.midday.midnight.
  2. 2. It’s tenfivetwenty (minutes) past nine . past nine. twenty-five a quarter half past nine .
  3. 3. It’s five ten to ten .twenty-five atwenty quarter to ten . to ten.
  4. 4. ten ten. two five. five two. past toIt’s
  5. 5. three three.a quarter eight. eight a quarter. past to It’s
  6. 6. eleven nine. nine eleven. five five. past toIt’s
  7. 7. o’clock o’clock.twelve twelve. six six. past toIt’s
  8. 8. It’s seven o’clock.
  9. 9. It’s twenty –five to two.
  10. 10. It’s ten past two.
  11. 11. It’s a quarter past three.
  12. 12. It’s five past six.
  13. 13. twelve o’clock. half past three. twelve past three. three o’clock.It’s
  14. 14. five past nine. nine past five. one past nine. five to nine.It’s
  15. 15. six past nine. half past nine. half to nine. six to nine.It’s
  16. 16. ten past four. ten past four. four to ten. ten to four.It’s
  17. 17. a quarter to twelve. nine o’clock. a quarter past twelve. nine to twelve.It’s