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Telling the Time

Look at the clocks and watches below and complete the sentences correctly.

What time is it?
 
                                                     
 
 It's two .                                  It's  nine.                           It's  seven.
 
 
                                                                               
 
It's  two.                                It's ten  ten.                               It's ten  two.
 
 
                                                                       
 
It's twenty  eight.                         It's  five.                              It's .
 
 
Complete the questions below and then give answers.
 
1. What time  the film start? (6.15)  It's at .
 
2. What time  the film? (8.30)  It's at .
 
3. What time  they fly? (11.50)  They fly at .
 
4. What time  she leave? (5.25)  She leaves at .
 
5. What time  the classes? (9.00)  They are at .
 
6. What time  Susanne want to meet you? (3.40)  She wants to meet me at .
 
 
 

 

       


 

 

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