If you’re trying to catch a train or if you’re waiting for the museum (or shops) to open, it’s useful to know how to ask, “what time is it?” Listen to today’s show here:


Today’s words and phrases:

che ora è? – “what is the time?”
sono le due – “it’s two o’clock”
sone le tre – “it’s three o’clock”
sono le quattro – “it’s four o’clock”

Remember that by following @learnitalian on Twitter, you can learn Italian in 140-character lessons linked to these audio programmes.

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