Francis: Can you help me?
Policeman: Yes, Sir.
Francis: What's the time?
Policeman: It's ten o'clock.
Francis: Ten o'clock?
Policeman: Yes, it's ten o'clock.
21 twenty-one; 22 twenty-two; 23 twenty-three; 24 twenty-four 25 twenty-five; 26 twenty-six; 27 twenty-seven; 28 twenty-eight; 29 twenty-nine; 30 thirty
What's the time?
It's five o'clock.
It's quarter past five.
It's half past five.
It's quarter to six.
It's five fifteen.
It's five thirty.
It's five forty-five.
20 twenty; 30 thirty; 40 forty; 50 fifty 60 sixty; 70 seventy; 80 eighty; 90 ninety; 100 a hundred
Woman: Are you open?
Shop assistant: No, we're closed. Sorry.
We close at 5.30 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. And we're closed on Sunday.
We open at 9.15 every day.
Monday – 9.15 – 5.30
Tuesday – 9.15 – 5.30
Wednesday – 9.15 – 12.30
Thursday – 9.15 – 5.30
Friday – 9.15 – 5.30
Saturday – 9.15 – 12.30
Sunday – closed
Open / Closed
Are you open?
Yes, we are.
No. Sorry, we're closed.
We open at nine fifteen on Monday.
We close at five thirty on Monday.
We close at twelve thirty on Wednesday and Saturday.
Days of the week
Conversation. At the station
Man: When do the trains leave for London, please?
Porter: Trains for London, Sir? They leave at ten minutes past every hour, and twenty minutes to every hour.
Man: Ten past and twenty to.
Girl: And when do they arrive in London?
Porter: They arrive in London at five minutes to every hour and twenty-five minutes past every hour. This train will at ten ten and it'll arrive in London at ten fifty-five.
Man: ... arrive in London at ten fifty-five. Thank you.
Porter: And the next train will leave at ten forty.
Train / Trains
One train two train + s two trains
One minute two minute + s two minutes
When do the trains
Ten minutes past.
Trains to London
Wittering 8.10 8.40 9.10 9.40 10.10 10.40
London 8.55 9.25 9.55 10.25 10.55 11.25
When will the train leave?
It's ten o'clock now.
This train will leave at 10.10.
The next train will leave at 10.40.
It'll (it will) eave at 10.40.