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PostSubject: Prepositions of Time: on, in, at, from … to   Sun Aug 10, 2014 11:38 pm

Prepositions of Time: on, in, at, from … to

USE

ON
1- With days: on Monday, on Saturday, on Christmas Day, on New Year’s Day
* We’ll see you on Tuesday.

Note:
On Wednesdays means every Wednesday.
* I play tennis on Wednesdays. (=I play tennis every Wednesday.)
2- With dates: on the 15th of July, on the 23rd of October
* I’m going to the dentist on the 12th of August.

IN
1- For months: in January, in December
* My birthday is in July.
2- For years: in 1798, in 1983, in 1997
* Guglielmo Marconi died in 1937.
3- For seasons: in the spring, in the summer, in the autumn, in the winter
* I’m always happier in the spring.
4- For periods of time: in the 1970s (1970-1979), in the 20th century (1900-1999)
* I was at school with her in the 1980s.
5- For parts of the day: in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening
(general)

Note:
We say at night and on Wednesday afternoon. (specific)
6- To talk about the future
* I’ll be there in an hour.
* I’ll be there in an hour’s time.
(It’s 9:30 now. I’ll be there at 10:30.)
* I’ll see you in a couple of days.
* I’ll see you in a couple of days’ time.
(Today is Monday. I’ll see you on Wednesday.)

AT
1- For times: at 9:00, at 11:30, at midnight, at lunchtime, at dinnertime
* The plane arrives at 10:15.
2- For festivals: at Easter, at Christmas
3- For expressions like: at the weekend, at the moment, at present, at once (immediately)
* At the moment, he’s looking for a new job.

FROM … TO
To talk about the start and the finish of something, we use from … to.
The shop is open from 9 to 6.
They have lessons from Monday to Friday.
In the same way, we say
I’ll be at the hotel from Monday. (=Monday is the first day I am there.)

Note:
We do not use a preposition with last, this and next.
I’ll do it this week. (not I’ll do it in this week.)
I saw her last year.
We’ll be on vacation next month.
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