Now that you can tell the time in Spanish, you’ll learn to put it to practical use in today’s show. Listen here:

[audio:http://media.libsyn.com/media/twitterlearn/tls-01-38.mp3]

Today’s words and phrases:

¿a qué hora…? – “at what time…?”
¿a qué hora abre el banco? – “at what time does the bank open?”
¿a qué hora sale el tren? – “at what time does the train leave?”
¿a qué hora llegamos? – “at what time do we arrive?”
a las siete – “at seven o’clock”
a las ocho menos veinte – “at twenty to eight”

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

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    1 Response to "TwitterLearn Spanish – Season 1 – Day 38"

    • Ronda Today

      This one made me laugh, in Ronda the banks are open Monday to Friday 09.00 till 14.00

      On public holidays and fiestas, they probably won’t open but if they do from 10.00 till 12.00

      Spanish banks work to very simple opening times, a good rule of thumb, if the door is closed so is the bank, LOL

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