Prepositions of time and place: in, at and on (Explanation and Video)


We use  

  • at  when we are talking about a precise time.
  • in  when we are talking about  months , years, centuries and long periods of  time.
  • on  when we are talking about days and exact days.

Look at these examples:

  • I have a meeting at 9am.
  • Lisa went home at lunchtime.
  • It often snows in December.
  • Do you work on Mondays?

Do the following exercise 

Preposition of time

Video explaining “in”  “at” and “on”

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