son las seis de la tardephrase
a. it's six o'clock in the afternoon (if it's bright outside)
Se suponía que mi paquete iba a llegar hoy a medio día. Son las seis de la tarde y todavía no ha llegado.My package was supposed to be delivered today at noon. It's six o'clock in the afternoon and it's still not here.
b. it's six o'clock at night (if it's dark outside)
Son las seis de la tarde de un sábado y Claudio está en la oficina trabajando en unos contratos. De verdad que es un adicto al trabajo.It's six o'clock at night on a Saturday, and Claudio is at the office working on some contracts. He really is a workaholic.
c. it's six o'clock in the evening (if it's dark outside)
Lucho, ¿tienes la hora? - Como no, señor. Son las seis de la tarde.Lucho, do you have the time? - Of course, sir. It's six o'clock in the evening.
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