Definite and indefinite articles.
Ser vs Estar: Most of the time it won't be exactly 2'o'clock, so here's how to deal with that: Do you have the time? It's twenty minutes to two Literally "It's two minus twenty". Informal "You". It's half past two Literally "It's two and a half".
Spanish false cognates "false friends". Telling the time in Spanish Even though everybody has a cellphone these days, there will probably come a moment in your life when you will need to ask someone what the time is.
Spanish Children's Stories Pollito Tito. Just like we can either say "it's one forty" or "it's twenty to two", you can do the same thing in Spanish. Previous lesson. Telling the time. The difference between "the" and "a", and how to say these in Spanish. How to ask directions, and a few common prepositions that will help you get there.
You'll see that the verb " ser " "to be" goes before the time. In many Spanish-speaking countries, you'll use the 24-hour clock, so you won't need to clarify whether that dentist appointment is at two in the afternoon, or two in the morning.
Or there may come a time when an equally disoriented person will ask you the time.
How to compare two things and use superlatives in Spanish.
When you want to talk about what time a class is, or what time you'll meet someone, you'd use "at" in English. Literally "Do you have the hour? Literally "What hour is it?