Previous lesson: Lesson 10: More time

What time is it?

Do you know?

I don’t know.

Yes, I know.

It’s 3 o’clock.

It’s 5 o’clock.

Are you going to eat something now?

Are you going to eat lunch now?

No, I would not like to eat anything now.

As for me, I am going to eat something later.

(At) 8 o’clock.

I’m going to eat something later.

I’m going to drink some tea later.

(At) 9 o’clock.

At what time?

Now it’s 4 o’clock.

I’m going to have lunch at 2 o’clock.

1 o’clock or 2 o’clock

Would you like to have lunch with me?

Located where?

When? Now?

It isn’t now.

6.

(At) 6 o’clock.

7.

(At) 7 o’clock.

At 6 o’clock or at 7 o’clock.

Impossible.

6 o’clock impossible.

In that case, …

…let’s say…

In that case, let’s say 7 o’clock.

The “pa” at the end of this sentence means “let’s say”.

Today.

In the evening.

This evening.

Literally, this means: “Today, in the evening.”

Dinner.

Or, “Evening meal.”

To eat dinner.

This evening, I’m going to eat dinner.

Would you like to eat at 5 o’clock?

10.

10 o’clock.

Tomorrow.

How about you?

How about tomorrow?

Tomorrow, I’m going to eat lunch with you.

3 o’clock or 4 o’clock?

Not okay. At 6 o’clock or at 7 o’clock.

9 o’clock not okay.

In that case, let’s say at 10 o’clock.

It’s not at 10 o’clock.

Tomorrow evening.

Tomorrow evening at 7 o’clock.

It’s not at 7 o’clock.

At 10 o’clock, okay?

Are you going to eat dinner?

Are you going to eat dinner with me?

No.

You’ll answer with this no if you mean to say “not going to” or “am not.”

Tomorrow, okay?

As for me, I’m going to eat dinner now.

I, too, am going to eat.

I would like to have dinner with you.

This evening, I would not like to eat anything.

In that case, let’s say tomorrow evening.

What would you like to do today?

What would you like to do this evening?

I don’t know. How about you?

Would you like to go to my place to drink something?

Yes, but this evening not okay.

At what time would you like to eat dinner?

At what time would you like to drink something in my place?

I would like to drink something in your place at 10 o’clock.

See you tomorrow.

Next Lesson: Lesson 12: Time Appointment, Currency, and Numbers

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