Getting started with Spanish 2
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7 a.m. and p.m.

Listen to the following times and try to determine the expressions used to indicate whether it is a.m. and p.m.

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NARRATOR:
Listen to the following times.
Son las cuatro de la mañana.
Son las diez de la mañana.
Son las tres de la tarde.
Son las cinco de la tarde.
Son las once de la noche.
Son las doce de la noche.
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Activity 7

1. The expression for a.m. is …

a. 

de la mañana


b. 

de la tarde


c. 

de la noche


The correct answer is a.

2. There are two expressions for p.m., they are …

a. 

de la mañana


b. 

de la tarde


c. 

de la noche


The correct answers are b and c.

Discussion

These expressions distinguish different parts of the day: morning, afternoon and evening/night. The next section will explore this more closely.

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