Prepositions with time
Here is the rule:
AT midnight, AT night, AT 7 O'clock, AT the lunchtime,
AT the moment.
But IN the morning, IN the evening, IN the afternoon...
ON (date, days)
ON Monday, ON April 17, 1999
IN (long time)
IN April, IN summer, IN 1999, IN the 15th century.
- He was born IN the first century.
- The first man landed ON the moon ON July 21,1969.
- The Britain soccer is usually played ON Saturdays.
- You can see the stars AT night.
- In many countries, children have to start school AT the age of five.
- It's difficult to listen when everyone is speaking IN the same time.
- he Russian Revolution took place IN the 1917s.
- He isn't here AT the moment. He'll be back IN about five minutes.
- I learned to drive IN four weeks.
- The course begins ON September 7th and ends ON June 10th.
- I got up AT 7:00 AM.
- Are you doing anything special ON the weekend?
- Hurry up! We have got to go IN four minutes.
- I havenít seen him for a few days. I last saw him ON Friday.
- I'll call you ON Monday morning. Okay?
- I might not be home IN the morning. Can you call IN the afternoon instead?
- Her friend's grandmother died IN 1988 AT the age of 101.
- I get paid AT the end of the month.
- Her brother is an engineer, but heís unemployed AT the moment.
- The price of electricity is going up IN October.
- ON Sunday afternoons I usually go for a walk IN the park.
- It's so peaceful to walk around town AT night.
- IN summer, for a few days, we go to swim.
- AT the end of the course, I come back home.
- I've been invited ON December 12.
- She's just going out to do some shopping. She'll
be back IN half and hour.
- He works hard during the week, so he lakes to relax ON weekends.
- he got married AT 16, which is rather young to get married.
- The telephone rang and the doorbell rang AT the same time.
- The always go out for dinner ON their wedding anniversary.
- He's 63. He'll be retiring from his job IN two years' time.
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