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This lesson will teach you the basics about asking and telling time.
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We assume you have already learnt numbers before taking this lesson.
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First things first, here's how you ask what time it is:
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che sâatì ast? (چه ساعتی است)
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How do you ask what time it is?
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che sâatì ast? (چه ساعتی است)
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Now let's move on to to answering that question.
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Here's how you say "it is one o'clock (AM)':
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yekè sobh (یک صبح)
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You use the same for 2 o'clock (AM):
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doè sobh (دو صبح)
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Do you remember how to ask for the time?
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che sâatì ast? (چه ساعتی است)
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"Noon" is called:
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zohr (ظهر)
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and "afternoon" is
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baød-az-zohr (بعدازظهر)
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so you would say "it's one PM" as "one after noon":
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yekè baød-az-zohr (یک بعدازظهر)
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and "it's 2PM"
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doè baød-az-zohr (دو بعدازظهر)
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If it's half past 5, you'll say:
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Say again: it's half past 5.
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Here's how you say: it's quarter past three:
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And quarter to three:
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Il est trois heures moins le quart.
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Any other time is quite straightforward, you just say it like in English.
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For instance, "it is 4:36" will be:
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