Ch1-Numbers

# Ch1-Numbers - Chapter 1 Numbers Telling Time and Simple...

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Chapter 1- Numbers, Telling Time, and Simple Sentence Structure Numbers and Telling Time 0 ) ? ? 1 ) ? ? 2 ) ? 3 ) ? ? 4 ) ? ? ? ? 5 ) ? 6 ) ? ? 7 ) ? ? ? ? ? 8 ) ? ? 9 ) ? ? ? ? ? 1 0 ) ? ? ? 1 1 ) ? ? ? ? ? 2 0 ) ? ? ? ? 2 1 ) ? ? ? ? ? ? In order to tell time, we say the number hour followed by ? . That will give us “__ o’clock” 1:00 ? ? ? 3:00 ? ? ? 4:00 ? ? ? The n in 4 drops, so it is pronounced “yoji” 1:30 ? ? ? ? ?     “ han” at the end means “half” and is used for 30 minutes To ask what time it is, we say: ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? We won’t touch on sentence structure yet, but: ? ? ? now ? ? ? what ? ? o’clock/time ? ? ? is/to be (verb) ? ? (said at the end of every question, like a question mark in English) To be more complicated, we tell the minutes too. 1) ? ? ? ? 2) ? ? ? 3) ? ? ? ? 4) ? ? ? ? 5) ? ? ?

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## This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course JAP 1120 taught by Professor Brettwalter during the Fall '11 term at FSU.

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