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13. Match the times that are the same.

Example: 03.00 — 3 a.m. — three o’clock in the morning

1.

03.00

2 p.m.

three o’clock in the afternoon

2.

15.00

8 p.m.

two o’clock in the afternoon

3.

20.00

3 a.m.

eight o’clock in the morning

4.

08.00

8 a.m.

three o’clock in the morning

5.

14.00

3 p.m.

eight o’clock in the evening

GRAMMAR

Days and Dates

What day is it today?

— (It’s) Monday.

What date is it today?

— (It’s) September 25th.

When is your birthday?

— (It’s) in March.

25/09 ... — the twenty-fifth of September or September the twenty-fifth

1919 — nineteen nineteen

1800 — eighteen hundred

1805 — eighteen-oh-five

Days

Months

Seasons

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September October November

December

winter

spring

summer

autumn

14. Practice saying these important dates in the Russian calendar.

a) 07/01 b) 23/02 c) 08/03 d) 01/05 e) 09/05 f) 12/06 g) 04/11

Prepositions of Time

At

In

on

no preposition

1. + time of the day

at 2 o’clock

at midnight

at noon (= 12 o’clock in the daytime)

at lunchtime

2. + weekends

at the weekend

at weekends

3. + public holiday

at Christmas;

at Easter

1. + a part of the day

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

BUT: at night

2. + longer periods (months, seasons, years, etc.)

in July;

in (the) summer;

in 1998;

in the sixties;

in the 20th century

1. + a day

on Monday

on Wednesday

on Saturday

on Christmas day

2. + a day + a part of the day

on Monday morning

on Saturday night

on Wednesday evening

1. before next, last, this

next week

last night

this year

2. before today, tomorrow, yesterday, tonight

15. Put in the correct preposition at / on / in or —.

  1. ___ 8 July

  2. ___ Wednesday

  3. ___ 4 pm

  4. ___ spring

  5. ___ the morning

  1. ___ Friday evening

  2. ___ Christmas

  3. ___ night

  4. ___ the weekend

  5. ___ tomorrow evening

16. Complete the following sentences with the correct preposition of time.

  1. My birthday is ___ January. In fact it’s ___ January 15th.

  2. I work best ___ night.

  3. I start work every morning ___ 9.00 am.

  4. My English class is ___ Friday afternoon.

  5. My mother was born ___ the fifties.

  6. Usually I’ve got lots of presents ___ New Year’s Day.

  7. Our town is quiet ___ weekends.

  8. The football match is ___ Sunday.

  9. ___ autumn it’s always rainy.

17. Work with your partner. Take it in turns to ask and answer the questions.

  1. When is your birthday?

  2. Was your mother born in the eighties?

  3. What time of day do you work best?

  4. What time do you start / finish work?

  5. Do you ever get a sleep in the afternoon?

  6. What time do you go to bed?

Adverbs of frequency

always

usually

often

sometimes

never

●●●●●●●

●●●●●

●●●

I

always

usually

often

sometimes

never

get to work late.

A: How often do you arrive at work on time?

B: I usually arrive at work on time.

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