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Telling the Time In Speaking Skill

by Zulvan Jundi

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PRACTICE AND LEARNING ENGLISH ABOUT ITS MY TIME FOR 7 GRADE STUDENTS IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Writers
By Avita , Zulvan , Kirana , Raditya Meliasari
Lets Stars To learn Together...........
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
First of all the writer's deepest thanks To Allah SWT, the lord of the universe, and to our prophet Muhammad SAW, may peace and blessing be upon him, his family, and his followers.
I would like to express my gratitude to my beloved beautiful lecture and my group for eternal pray, love, patience, and all supports.
To my Lecture, Miss Sarlita Dwi Marta thank you for the great patient and contributions in finishing this Assignment to make an ebook. May Allah always bless her and her family.
I also would like to express my deepest gratitude to all of my Group Member especially; Zulvan, Raditya Meliasari, Avita , Kirana. Thank you for always giving inspiration and Contribution to finishing this Ebook may Allah blesses them all.
Rotterdam The Netherlands ,7-12-2021
Best regards

The writers
TABLE OF CONTENTS
About Writers....................................
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.................................
CHAPTER 1
Learn to Talk About the Time of Day
CHAPTER 2
How To Tell Time
Key Vocabulary to tell Time
Practice The Dialogue
CHAPTER 3
Reading
CHAPTER 4
Writing
CHAPTER 5
Listening
Chapter 1 Learn to Talk About the Time of Day
Midday
Numbers may tell you the exact time. However, many people will talk about the general time of day instead of being specific. Here are words that you may hear and use when the exact time is not very important.
Noon
This sometimes means the same thing as noon, because noon is in the middle of the day. Midday can also be any time between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
This is basically when people begin and finish eating lunch (meaning the middle of the day).
“It is supposed to be very hot and sunny today at midday.”
Noon means 12:00 p.m., at the very beginning of the afternoon.
“What time are we meeting this weekend?”
“Around noon, so we can sleep in.”
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