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Spanish language Time - La Hora
  
What time is it?

¿Qué hora es?

It's one o'clockEs la una. 01:00 h.
It's two o'clockSon las dos. 02:00 h.
It's 3:30Son las tres y media.
Son las tres y treinta.
03:30 h.
It's 4:15Son las cuatro y cuarto.
Son las cuatro y quince.
04:15 h.
It's 4:45Son las cinco menos cuarto.
Son las cinco menos quince.
Son las cuatro y cuarenta y cinco.
04:45 h.
It's 5:10Son las cinco y diez.05:10 h.
It's 6:50Son las siete menos diez.
Son las seis y cincuenta.
06:50 h.
It's 7amSon las siete de la mañana.07:00 h.
It's 3pmSon las tres de la tarde.
Son las quince.
15:00 h.
It's 6pmSon las seis de la noche.
Son las dieciocho.
18:00 h.
It's noonEs mediodía.
Son las doce de día.
12:00 h.
It's midnightEs medianoche.
Son las doce de la noche.
00:00 h.

Note

Spanish doesn't have perfect equivalents for am and pm. You can use de la mañana for am, de la tarde from noon until 6pm, and de la noche from 6pm until midnight, but time is usually expressed on a 24-hour clock. Thus 3pm would be translated as las quince or 15:00 h.

Spanish numbers

Hacer in expressions of time
Hacer, which literally means "to do" or "to make," is found in a number of idiomatic expressions. One of this verb's most important uses has to do with expressing time.

  

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