They then organized their folders, into four sections: notes, worksheets, vocab lists and study guides, and quizzes. Students are losing a lot of work, and not coming to class prepared. In the future they will lose participation points.
We began to learn how to tell time today. It is easy, but sounds very different from English. Students will need to review their numbers. There will be quizzes coming up on this, date yet to be determined, as I see how students are grasping this new concept.
Telling time is very different in Spanish. We do not say A.M. or P.M. or o'clock. To distinguish between day and night, you say in the morning, in the afternoon, or at night.
There is no way to say "it" in Spanish, so you simply start with the verb "is".
The number one is the only one that becomes feminine: una. None of the other numbers change, nor do they become plural.
La hora = hour
1:00 Es la una.
2:00 Son las dos.
1:05 Es la una y cinco.
2:05 Son las dos y cinco
3:10 Son las tres y diez
4:20 Son las cuatro y veinte
8:08 Son las ocho y ocho