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When talking about timezones in english we would say something like "Midday for me (7am for you)". How does one say this in spanish? Mediodia por mi? Mediodia para mi? Or is there some other convention in spanish?

For learning: Spanish
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    I think you are in this situation: a person is in China (p.e.), and other is in Spain. The first one say:
    I'll call you at 7am for you, midday for me
    In this case, in Spanish:
    Te llamaré a las 7 de la mañana para ti, mediodía para mi

     

    I'm not sure what you are trying to relay, but I think " al mediodía para mí " is what you mean?

     

    Probably what you want to know is the answer to the "what time is it for you?·question. In Spanish it would be "para ti, que hora es?" and the answer would be "para mi, es medio dia"

    Hope I helped! :)

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