Time Vocabulary Quiz Tests vocabulary from EnglishClub's Time Vocabulary section. You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. 1. Which is the equivalent of one millennium? 100 years 1000 years 1000 milliseconds a) 100 years b) 1000 years c) 1000 milliseconds 2. Night-time is the time from sunrise to sunset midnight to dawn dusk to dawn a) sunrise to sunset b) midnight to dawn c) dusk to dawn 3. How many hours are there between midnight and noon? six twelve twenty-four a) six b) twelve c) twenty-four 4. How many minutes are there in an hour and a half? 90 75 60.5 a) 90 b) 75 c) 60.5 5. How many weekdays are there in one week? five six seven a) five b) six c) seven 6. "My train leaves at 2pm." What does pm stand for? past-meridiem post-meridiem post-midday a) past-meridiem b) post-meridiem c) post-midday 7. Which format is being used when a date is written as March 28th, 2019? American British Informal a) American b) British c) Informal 8. Which is another way of saying six forty-five when telling the time? forty-five past six fifteen to seven a quarter to seven a) forty-five past six b) fifteen to seven c) a quarter to seven 9. In British English, which comes first when writing the date? the day the month the year a) the day b) the month c) the year 10. "Genghis Khan died in 1227 AD." This means he died 1227 years before now before Christ after Christ was born a) before now b) before Christ c) after Christ was born Your score is: Correct answers: Contributor: Matt Errey. Matt is the author of several books including 1000 Phrasal Verbs in Context and Common English Idioms for learners, and Matt's ESL Games and Quizzes for teachers. He is also creator of WORD UP, the world's #1 EFL board game.