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I Have To Check My Schedule

(1) Ted: Listen
What [vocab word=date]date[/vocab] is [vocab word=today]today[/vocab]?

For a "date" question, we say "What date is ...?"

(2) Cathy: Listen
Today is May 3rd.
(3) Ted: Listen
What date is the [vocab word=exam]exam[/vocab]?
(4) Cathy: Listen
It's [vocab word=tomorrow]tomorrow[/vocab].
(5) Ted: Listen
Tomorrow? May 4th?
(6) Cathy: Listen
Yes. Wednesday, May 4th.
(7) Ted: Listen
Oh! What [vocab word=time]time[/vocab] is the exam?

For a "time" question, we say "What time is ...?"

(8) Cathy: Listen
It's at 7 [vocab word=o'clock]o'clock[/vocab] in the morning.

7 o'clock means 7:00. 7 o'clock in the morning means 7:00 AM.

(9) Ted: Listen
Oh! Then, what date is our soccer match?
(10) Cathy: Listen
Our soccer match is on Wednesday, May 11th.

For a date, we use the preposition "on".

(11) Ted: Listen
Really! What time is the soccer [vocab word=match]match[/vocab]?
(12) Cathy: Listen
The soccer match is at 7 o'clock in the evening.

For a time, we use the preposition "at".

(13) Ted: Listen
Oh! That's not good.
(14) Cathy: Listen
Why?
(15) Ted: Listen
I thought May 4th was the soccer match and May 11th was the exam!
(16) Ted: Listen
What time is it now?
(17) Cathy: Listen
It's a [vocab word=quarter]quarter[/vocab] past 10.

"a quarter" means 15 minutes. "a quarter past 10" means "10:15".

(18) Ted: Listen
Okay. I still have nine [vocab word=hour]hours[/vocab] ...
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I Have To Check My Schedule

(1) Ted: Listen
What [vocab word=date]date[/vocab] is [vocab word=today]today[/vocab]?

For a "date" question, we say "What date is ...?"

(2) Cathy: Listen
Today is May 3rd.
(3) Ted: Listen
What date is the [vocab word=exam]exam[/vocab]?
(4) Cathy: Listen
It's [vocab word=tomorrow]tomorrow[/vocab].
(5) Ted: Listen
Tomorrow? May 4th?
(6) Cathy: Listen
Yes. Wednesday, May 4th.
(7) Ted: Listen
Oh! What [vocab word=time]time[/vocab] is the exam?

For a "time" question, we say "What time is ...?"

(8) Cathy: Listen
It's at 7 [vocab word=o'clock]o'clock[/vocab] in the morning.

7 o'clock means 7:00. 7 o'clock in the morning means 7:00 AM.

(9) Ted: Listen
Oh! Then, what date is our soccer match?
(10) Cathy: Listen
Our soccer match is on Wednesday, May 11th.

For a date, we use the preposition "on".

(11) Ted: Listen
Really! What time is the soccer [vocab word=match]match[/vocab]?
(12) Cathy: Listen
The soccer match is at 7 o'clock in the evening.

For a time, we use the preposition "at".

(13) Ted: Listen
Oh! That's not good.
(14) Cathy: Listen
Why?
(15) Ted: Listen
I thought May 4th was the soccer match and May 11th was the exam!
(16) Ted: Listen
What time is it now?
(17) Cathy: Listen
It's a [vocab word=quarter]quarter[/vocab] past 10.

"a quarter" means 15 minutes. "a quarter past 10" means "10:15".

(18) Ted: Listen
Okay. I still have nine [vocab word=hour]hours[/vocab] ...
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I Have To Check My Schedule

(1) Ted: Listen
What [vocab word=date]date[/vocab] is [vocab word=today]today[/vocab]?

For a "date" question, we say "What date is ...?"

(2) Cathy: Listen
Today is May 3rd.
(3) Ted: Listen
What date is the [vocab word=exam]exam[/vocab]?
(4) Cathy: Listen
It's [vocab word=tomorrow]tomorrow[/vocab].
(5) Ted: Listen
Tomorrow? May 4th?
(6) Cathy: Listen
Yes. Wednesday, May 4th.
(7) Ted: Listen
Oh! What [vocab word=time]time[/vocab] is the exam?

For a "time" question, we say "What time is ...?"

(8) Cathy: Listen
It's at 7 [vocab word=o'clock]o'clock[/vocab] in the morning.

7 o'clock means 7:00. 7 o'clock in the morning means 7:00 AM.

(9) Ted: Listen
Oh! Then, what date is our soccer match?
(10) Cathy: Listen
Our soccer match is on Wednesday, May 11th.

For a date, we use the preposition "on".

(11) Ted: Listen
Really! What time is the soccer [vocab word=match]match[/vocab]?
(12) Cathy: Listen
The soccer match is at 7 o'clock in the evening.

For a time, we use the preposition "at".

(13) Ted: Listen
Oh! That's not good.
(14) Cathy: Listen
Why?
(15) Ted: Listen
I thought May 4th was the soccer match and May 11th was the exam!
(16) Ted: Listen
What time is it now?
(17) Cathy: Listen
It's a [vocab word=quarter]quarter[/vocab] past 10.

"a quarter" means 15 minutes. "a quarter past 10" means "10:15".

(18) Ted: Listen
Okay. I still have nine [vocab word=hour]hours[/vocab] ...
  • RECORDING
    HOLD DOWN AND SPEAK
    PRESS
    HIT
  • Your answer: A Suggestion