Maltese is the main language of Malta.
The Maltese alphabet consists of 30 letters. NOTE: The examples given in this guide follow the pronunciation in British English, which might be different than American English.
Note: Some phrasing involving numbers may be difficult to catch for anyone not familiar with the Maltese language.
Note that 'one o'clock' and 'two o'clock' are exceptions to the rule of reading clock time. Times between 'three o'clock' to 'eleven o'clock' are told normally and told normally by using the numbers.
Writing time and date
Note that there are no trains in Malta, so asking train relating information will not be necessary.
In general, the name of the language is not the same as the country.
Bus and train
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