1:30 (time) a la / a las

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by enekoetxa, May 21, 2007.

  1. enekoetxa Senior Member

    San Jose, California
    U.S. English
    Hi everyone,
    I'm not sure if I should say a la 1:30 or a las 1:30. I know 1:00 (una) is singular, but what about when you add in minutes?
     
  2. Bilma Senior Member

    USA
    Spanish Mexico
    a la una y 10 minutos, por ejemplo.
     
  3. Cubanboy

    Cubanboy Senior Member

    Cuba
    Spanish
    Hola, 1:30 ---a la una y media. (o a la una y treinta minutos)
    2:30 --- a las dos y media (o a las dos y treinta minutos).


    Saludos.
     
  4. grosomodo Senior Member

    Madrid
    Spanish (Spain)
    By the way, how would you say that in English? how would you "quedamos a la una" or something similar?
     
  5. felipe555 Junior Member

    Spanish
    Podría ser:
    We are meeting at one o' clock. ???
    See you at 1 o'clock.
     
  6. felipe555 Junior Member

    Spanish
    Podría ser:
    We are meeting at one o' clock. ???
    See you at 1 o'clock.
     
  7. jazzie2007 New Member

    English
    a las, since it's past 1:00.
     

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