Using Prepositions of time – In, On & at

Hey guys, today I am going to explain Prepositions of time (In, On, At). 

 

  • Use IN for parts of the day, months, seasons, and years.

E.g. In the morning, in the afternoon, in the evenig, in May, In the summer, in 1999.

  • Use ON for days and dates.

E.g. On tuesday, on the 12th of April, on my birthday.

  • Use AT for times of the day, night, the weekend, and festivals.

E.g. At two o’clock, at midday / midnight, at the weekend, at Christmas / Easter / New year.

 

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