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In

On

At
We can use the preposition ‘in’ when we talk
about…
Months
e.g. We usually have our final year exams in
June.
Years
e.g. I was born in 1994.
Parts of the day
e.g. I usually do homework in the evening.

Seasons
e.g. I like to go to the beach in summer.
We can use the preposition ‘on’ when we talk
about…
Dates
e.g. I was born on 14th November.
Days of the week
e.g. We don’t have to go to school on
Saturdays.
e.g. We have shorter lessons’ time on Day 1
and Day 4.
Special days
e.g. We always have a big meal on
Christmas day.

Specific parts of a day


e.g. We often go to church on Sunday
mornings.
We can use the preposition ‘at’ when we talk
about…
Time
e.g. I usually eat dinner at 7p.m.
Meals
e.g. I seldom eat a lot at breakfast.
Festivals
e.g. We often go to mainland China at
Easter.
Let’s do some practice exercises
then!
March Saturday 2007 half
past six 4 o’clock
Monday midnight
a quarter past twelve two minutes
March Friday the morning
Christmas Sepetember Autumn
Tuesday morning Wenesday evening 2.30
In On At
March Saturday 4 O’clock
2007 Monday Christmas
Autumn Tuesday morning 2.30
September Friday half past six
Two minutes a quarter past
The morning twelve