Time – the indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in an apparently irreversible succession from the past, through the present, to the future.
The significance of time rolls your daily life. Most probably all people use it —- ordinary or powerful ones.
The concept of time can be known with various usages. The following have their purposes to tell exactly how long the time is, how to tell it, and how to write it that most people do.
Here are the examples.
Unit of Time
– any particular time interval, used as a standard way of measuring or expressing duration.
Minute – equivalent of 60 seconds.
Hour – equivalent of 60 minutes.
Day – equivalent of 24 hours.
Week – a period of seven days.
Month – a period of 28 days or four weeks.
Year – the period of 365 days (or 366 days in leap years) starting from the first of January.
Days of Time
– the days as indicated by the time.
Weekdays – (from Monday to Sunday)
Weekend – (Saturday and Sunday)
Times of Day
– the times as indicated by the clock.
Morning – the period of time between midnight and noon.
Noon – twelve o’clock in the day.
Midnight – twelve o’clock at night.
Midday – the middle of the day; noon.
Telling the Time
– to ascertain the time from reading the face of a clock or watch.
– Half past seven
– 8 o’clock
– nine to eleven
– at 4 P.M.
– a period of 28 days or four weeks.
Example: (the order of the 12 months)
– May the first
– The first of May
– February 14, 2019
– 1 May 2019
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