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Mini-Test Answer: 八点十五

Apr. 22, 2011

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

The correct answer to this Chinese test is B.

Translation:

Xiànzài jǐ diǎn le?
现在    几 点  了?
What time is it?

Analysis:

A: “八点半 (bā diǎn bàn)” means half past eight.

B: “八点十五 (bā diǎn shíwǔ)” means a quarter past eight.

C: “八点四十 (bā diǎn sìshí)” means twenty to nine.

D: “八点四十五 (bā diǎn sìshíwǔ)” means a quarter to nine.

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