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5-16 It's ten o'clock two times every day May 16
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INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDY

1- watch the video. 2- watch it again repeating after the teacher. 3- read the transcript (optional), see if you understand. 4- watch the video again once or more times until you learn the lesson well. 5- now try to use some objects to reproduce the dialogue (more or less) so you can practise what you just learnt. [With thanks to Hugosite]

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- What time is it now?
- It's ten o'clock.
- No, I mean, what time is it? What time of day? It's ten o'clock two times every day. It could be ten o'clock in the morning, or it could be ten o'clock at night. If it's dark, it's night. If it's light, it's morning. Right now it could be ten o'clock at night or could be ten in the morning. If it's ten in the morning you should be at work. If it's ten at night maybe you're asleep.

 
 

 

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