In - At - On - Time Prepositions
In - At - On are used to state time.
|In - At - On|
|Specific Time||Days & Dates||Period Of Time - years, months, seasons|
|at 2:00||on my birthday||in 2001|
|at lunchtime||on the first day of the school year||in a couple of months|
|at sunset||on 11/10/90||in the summer|
|at bedtime||on Tuesday||in the 1940's|
Common English Time Phrases:
- in the morning - because it is considered a period of time
- in the afternoon
- in the evening
- at night
Note: We say in the morning, in the afternoon, or in the evening BUT we say "at night"
Here are some examples:
- We have a meeting at 8 in the morning.
- The train comes at 7:45 in the morning.
- Our teacher comes to class at 9 everyday.
- I go to work in the summer.
- We go on holiday in the winter.
- The girls go to sleep late in the summer.
- The doctor is in his office on Tuesday.
- We learn English on Friday.
- I did not go to work on Monday.