to meet my sister at one o'clock

thimbles96

Senior Member
English
Can anyone please help me with this sentence? I want to say in Spanish, "I worked in the morning and at lunch time I went to my mother's hours to meet my sister at one o'clock.

Mi intento. "Trabajé por la mañana y a la hora de comer fui a la casa de mi madre porque había quedado con mi hermana a la una."
 
  • bambooozler

    Senior Member
    English
    If you say arrange to meet yes but if it is just to meet my sister like in the original context then

    "Trabajé por la mañana y a la hora de comer fui a la casa de mi madre para reunirme con mi hermana a la una."
     

    Antpax

    Senior Member
    Spanish Spain
    Hi,

    I don´t understand "to my mother's hours", and what "hour's" mean in this context, as I cannot see it in the translation either.

    Cheers.

    Ant
     

    thimbles96

    Senior Member
    English
    Hello Antpax. Sorry for the confusion. I made a mistake. I should have said "to my mother's house" not "hours." So sorry. Thimbles 96
     
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