Do you know when to use "in", "on" and "at" for time? I've noticed that a lot of learners find this difficult to remember so I've created this post to help you. Try my quiz and learn when to use these surprisingly confusing prepositions!
Now have a look at this information and see if you need to change any answers.
Longer periods: in July, in summer, in 2021, in the 1970s, in the 20th century
Parts of the day: in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening
Days and dates: on Monday, on 6th April, on Christmas Day, on New Year's Eve,
on my birthday
Also: on the weekend (USA), on Monday morning, on Saturday evening
Time: at midday, at 3.30, at 8 o'clock, at lunchtime
Holidays: at Christmas, at New Year
Also: at the weekend (UK), at night
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