In this section we look at different ways of writing times.
For example, "7:45" is the same time as "quarter to eight".
On a clock face, this can be represented as shown on the right.
Also, remember that one hour is 60 minutes, so that:
Question 1
For each of the following times, work out the time using digits and what the clockface should look like.
(a) twenty five past eight
(b) quarter to ten
Question 2
Use each of the following clockfaces to work out the time using words and using digits.
(a)
(b)
(c)
Question 2
Mark the times below on the clock faces alongside.
NOTE: In this question the first click sets the minute hand, and the second click sets the hour hand.
(a) ten past five 

(b) ten to nine 

(c) quarter to seven 

(d) quarter past twelve 

(e) half past ten 

(f) twenty to nine 

(g) twenty to two 

(h) twenty five to six 

(i) twenty past four 

Question 3
Mark the times below on the clock faces alongside.
NOTE: In this question the first click sets the hour hand, and the second click sets the minute hand.
(a) 4:00 

(b) 5:30 

(c) 7:15 

(d) 8:20 

(e) 2:45 

(f) 3:50 

(g) 1:55 

(h) 6:05 

(i) 11:35 

