Spanish Lessons Online: Telling Time in Spanish
What you'll learn
One of the most important things you need to know is how to tell the time in Spanish. Telling time in Spanish is a simple yet crucial skill. In this Spanish class, you are going to learn how to ask for and how to tell the time in Spanish. Asking for the time is an international conversation starter. Any stranger can talk to another if he is looking for the time. If you're traveling or spending time with Spanish speakers then learning how to tell the time in Spanish is going to make you feel more open to people. You can both ask people what time it is wherever you are and tell people who ask you. No more showing the tiny numbers on your watch to the Spanish speaker asking you for the time again. After this Spanish class, you will be able to look them in the eye and give an answer. This is only one step in the learning Spanish journey. It's a bit of a special rule in Spanish that's why it deserves its own lesson. As you improve in your vocabulary, speaking, and grammar you'll need to learn small tricks like telling the time in Spanish. Even if you aren't learning Spanish fully, learning how to tell time in Spanish is a great tool to know. Like I said, telling time is a universal conversation starter so even just being able to answer a simple question like what time is it is worth learning. Did you know that Spanish is the 4th most spoken language in the world? That’s right, there are over 400 million people that can ask you what time it is in Spanish. It’s almost like you have the responsibility to learn how to answer them in Spanish. Book a class with me today to learn how to tell the time in Spanish. Learn this quick useful skill and take it with you for the rest of your life. Can't wait to see you in class!
This class is perfect for
If you're traveling to a Spanish location
If you don't know how to tell time
If you work with Spanish clients or partners
I’ve been teaching languages for almost five years at languages schools and also online as a self employed teacher, I am passionated about languages and I have learned Spanish, English, Italian and Serbian by myself and have also worked teaching Spanish, English and Italian.
What to bring
Pen and paper or a laptop
How to participate
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