Master the prepositions of time AT/ ON/ IN in less than 3 minutes!

Master the prepositions of time AT/ ON/ IN in less than 3 minutes!


Prepositions of time : in / on / at At is used for the most specific times. On is used for specific periods of time. In is used for general, longer period of time . At We use at to refer to: specific time (For example, we say: at 7 p.m. / at 5 o’clock) , And to refer to holiday period (Example: At Easter / At Christmas) At is also used for parts of the day. Examples: At noon/ At midnight) On On is used to talk about days (example: on Sunday/on Mondays), Dates (example: on June 11th / on the 10th of March) And special days ( example : on Christmas day / on independence day ) In In is used to talk about longer and general periods of time like: Months and seasons (in July/ In winter), Years and decades ( in 2018 / in 1990’s) ,And Long periods..For Example : In the stone age / in the next century Important notes With time period , we use “IN”. Example: in 5 minutes Both on the weekend and at the weekend are correct.. For holiday period without the word day, at is used (At Christmas) but with day, we use on instead (on Christmas day) Parts of the day We say in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening, But at night, at noon, at midday, at midnight Day + part of the day we use On with day+ part of the day..example: on Monday evening If you have questions, leave a comment and I will answer you…

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  • Dalou3a Mamaha

    April 15, 2019

    تم برطاج لايك

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  • MOM YOUR

    May 18, 2019

    Goood

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