Prepositions of time in on at
Some examples of prepositions are words like “in,” “at,” “on,” “of,” and “to.” ( Prepositions grammar ). This post will focus only on the prepositions of time in on at, along with prepositions examples which will help you understand the uses of these prepositions of time.
English grammar prepositions of time refer to a point in time (specific time). The table below shows the use of prepositions of time and prepositions examples.
|Prepositions of time in on at||Uses||Examples|
• Parts of the day (morning, afternoon and evening)
• Phrases (in 2 days, in a week, in a year…)
|• I was born in November.|
• It rains a lot in winter.
• My father was born in 1970.
• We always study Maths in the morning.
• I love watching movies in the evening.
• He will start a new project in a week.
|On||• Days |
• Weekend (American English)
|• I go to the gym on Sundays.|
• We often visit our grandparents on the weekend.
• I was born on November 16th.
• They are meeting on Christmas day.
|At||• Weekend (British English)|
• Night /midnight/noon
• Clock time
• Meal time
• Phrases (at the moment, at at that time…)
|• My father doesn’t work at the weekend.|
• I usually have some rest at noon.
• Yesterday, I got up at 5 a.m.
• We usually talk about our business at lunch.
• I am learning how to use prepositions of time at the moment.
• She does not go to work at Christmas.
Tip: We never use the prepositions of time in on at before this, next, last, every, tomorrow, yesterday, and tonight.
- I go to the sports club every day.
- Every day some people die.
- I’ll watch a movie tonight.
- See you tomorrow.
- We’ll start our project next week.
- We have a lot of activities to do this week.
- My mom helped me with my homework yesterday.
- My little sister was born last year.
- I visited my friends last weekend.
Here are some common grammar mistakes that you should not make.
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