Getting started with Spanish 2
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Getting started with Spanish 2

1 What time is it?

Let’s make a start by listening to a group of school children that are learning how to tell the time.

Activity 1

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NARRATOR:
Listen to these children and their teacher telling the time.
TEACHER:
Miguel, ¿qué hora es?
MIGUEL:
Las doce en punto.
TEACHER:
Alba, ¿qué hora es?
ALBA:
La una en punto.
TEACHER:
Carolina, ¿qué hora es?
CAROLINA:
Las once y media.
TEACHER:
¿Qué hora es?
CAROLINA:
Las diez y media.
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Can you identify how the teacher asks the time? Listen and select the question she asks.

a. 

¿Qué hora es?


b. 

¿Es la una?


c. 

¿Son las dos?


The correct answer is a.

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NARRATOR:
Listen to these children and their teacher telling the time.
TEACHER:
Miguel, ¿qué hora es?
MIGUEL:
Las doce en punto.
TEACHER:
Alba, ¿qué hora es?
ALBA:
La una en punto.
TEACHER:
Carolina, ¿qué hora es?
CAROLINA:
Las once y media.
TEACHER:
¿Qué hora es?
CAROLINA:
Las diez y media.
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Listen to the recording again and select the two expressions the children use after the time.

a. 

en punto


b. 

y cuarto


c. 

y media


d. 

menos cuarto


The correct answers are a and c.

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