Table of Contents
|1. Writing and Telling The Time in French||2. How to say 24 Hour time clock|
|3. How to Ask What time is||4. Telling Partial Hour Time|
|5. Requesting someone to be on Time||6. Afternoon Evening's & Morning|
In French, as in English, you have to use numbers when talking about the time. In English we always use it’s when telling the time, for example, it’s one o’clock, it’s two o’clock and so on.
To say what time something is happening at, use a la una (at one o’clock), a las dos (at two o’clock), a las tres y media (at half past three) and so on.
To say when something must happen by, use para la una (by one o’clock), para las dos y cuarto (by quarter past two) and so forth.
Sometimes you have to refer to particular time in a day ex this afternoon, today evening, in the night. There are specific terms to be used Ex