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    Vocabulary : What time is it?

    In this test , no long sentences, I designed this test for you in order to give you the possibility

    to know very quickly  how to express the official time in France.

    A partir de cette leçon, écrivez en  lettres l'heure que vous voyez sur les pendules.

    (AM = matin  (morning)/ PM = après midi (afternoon))

    From this lesson write in letters what time it is.

    ex: 5h05 (AM) = cinq heures cinq

    5h05 (PM) = dix-sept heures cinq

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