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5-21 Parts of the day May 21
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Survival course to learn English from scratch
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?
- It's six fifteen... six sixteen.

Let's say that it's just starting to be light out, outside. This would be six fifteen in the morning. This part of the day is called "the morning". Seven o'clock in the morning, eight o'clock in the morning. All the way to twelve.

This part of the day is called "noon", twelve noon, N-O-O-N.

This part of the day after noon is called "afternoon". One in the afternoon, two in the afternoon, three in the afternoon, four.

The part of the day when it's starting to get dark is called "the evening", evening. Six in the evening, seven in the evening...

This part of the day when it's dark is called "night", "night time". When it's twelve at night is called "midnight", like "middle of the night". Day and night are opposites.

 
 

 

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