In this video lesson, we’ll be going over the question: ¿A qué hora…? (At what time? / When?). We’ll also learn how to answer questions with that phrase in them.
Please let me know if this video was helpful! Or leave a question, comment, or suggestion below!
¿A qué hora…? – At what time…? / When?
a la(s)… – at…
empieza – It begins, it starts
termina – It ends
¿A qué hora empieza la escuela? – When does school start?
¿A qué hora termina la escuela? – When does school end?
¿A qué hora empieza el concierto? – When does the concert start?
¿A qué hora termina el concierto? – When does the concert end?
¿A qué hora empieza la película? – When does the movie start?
¿A qué hora empieza la fiesta? – When does the party start?
La escuela empieza a las ocho de la mañana. – School starts at 8:00 AM.
a las ocho de la mañana. – at 8:00 AM
La escuela termina a las tres y media de la tarde. – School ends at 3:30 PM.
a las tres y media de la tarde. – at 3:30 PM
El concierto empieza a las ocho de la noche. – The concert starts at 8:00 PM
a las ocho de la noche. – at 8:00 PM
There is a small mistake in the movie at 2:45, the 3:45am changes magically to 3:45pm.
Thank you for your lessons, you are doing a great job! Gracias!
Yeah. I noticed that too – but the video is great. I’m learning a lot from watching these. Wish I had money to pay you Senor Jordan.
hola… wee mistake @ 1.36-1.41 in video…
manana transforms into noche.
if you’re testing us online folks, i think we’re doing pretty well;)
enjoying the videos… keep up the good work!
thankyou so much! youve helped quite a bit. you were able to dummy it down to understand it much easier.
on behalf of the entire spanish class at indian river state college. 😉
Quick question. You showed us a third way to tell time in the previous video, the Son minutes para las horas. I was wondering if in the last example you could answer:
La pelicula empieza a cuarto para las cuatro de la maÃ±ana.?
There is a few mistakes in this video that you might want to fix. People have already mentioned them above. Keep up the good work!
I like it
I’m really enjoying your videos. You do a great job targeting an small chunk of information and delivering it in a way that is quick, easy, and understandable. I’m using this as a resource for my children who are in a spanish immersion program and for personal learning as well. Gracias!
thank you. love ur videos. wish i have money to pay j
I like it.