Time is normally set in relation to the basic clock. The passages of time are either indicated with similar red elements to prepositions or arrows indicating the direction. Specific times and units of time are also avialable and are shown on the clock face.
The day symbol can also be used instead of the clock for periods of time measured in days rather than hours.
Days are represented by the individual day element in conjunction with other elements if necessary. Specific days of the week have their own unique symbols. Combinations of these can represent periods of days e.g. weekend.
Months are represented by the calendar element and can be represented with various qualifiers.