The peek hints should point out that "l'una" means one, as in "one o'clock". "l'/la" and "una" mean nothing here when explained separately.
Confusing because of the article. One would have to know that time is meant.
I wrote almost one and it was wrong, why? Why? Why?
Because circa doesn't mean almost!!!!
And I think so that was about time measuring.
Do you mean, can circa mean anything else than about time measurement? That is a good question to which I would like to see an answer. Thank you for asking it.
Circa means 'around' or 'about' (= approximately). It doesn't just relate to time. In the previous level we had the example "Cucino con circa un litro d'acqua - I cook with about a litre of water" .... Hope this helps!
Maybe "circa" is used for measurements?
would it is almost one also be correct?
No! Quasi = almost
"It's about 1:00" wasn't accepted.
Did that surprise you, veramente? But I almost (quasi) clicked on the word "am" to put after "one", for a minute thinking that it was "a.m."... (lolol)