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4 exercises/45 sentences Prepositions of time




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Fill in the gaps, typing in time propositions: in, on, at or a hyphen - if nothing is required before Time adverb.

1.���������������� They started to work here �February

2.���������������� I met her �noon

3.���������������� We usually rest �the evening

4.���������������� It happened �April the 15th

5.���������������� They visit their aunt �the weekend

6.���������������� She bought this �last week

7.���������������� I had a head-ache �Wednesday morning

8.���������������� She was born �16th May

9.���������������� I will have a holiday �June

10.����������� The program starts �12:00

Fill in the gaps, typing in time propositions: in, on, at or a hyphen - if nothing is required before Time adverb.

1.���� The house was built �19th century

2.���� I saw him �Christmas day

3.���� It started �12:20

4.���� She came �twenty-five past seven

5.���� We are busy �the moment

6.���� The train arrived �midnight

7.���� We will be there �midday

8.���� It will be over �2nd decade

9.���� We can begin �Easter day

10.����������������������� Snow does not melt �January

Fill in the gaps, typing in time propositions: in, on, at or a hyphen - if nothing is required before Time adverb.

1.���� You can come �any time

2.���� We will see you again �Monday

3.���� I am not free � next Monday

4.���� It can be done �Thursday evening

5.���� It will begin �1st term

6.���� We sold the car �March 12th

7.���� They have their English class �every Tuesday

8.���� I found the kitten �Friday afternoon

9.���� We are always busy �Christmas Eve

10.����������������������� They first met �Sunday midnight

Fill in the gaps, typing in time propositions: in, on, at or a hyphen - if nothing is required before Time adverb.����������������.��

1.���� We never drink coffee �the afternoon

2.���� You can come �this month

3.���� I will be there �Tuesday night

4.���� I will call you �the morning

5.���� She will receive a card �next Christmas

6.���� They met �Saturday noon

7.���� I usually sleep �night.

8.���� It is great to rest �the weekend.

9.���� I did not have enough rest �last weekend.

10.����������������������� The weather was fine �last Monday.

11.����������������������� �this Monday the weather is not so nice.

12.����������������������� I usually like the weather �summer.

13.����������������������� Probably it is not so hot �spring in Latvia.

14.����������������������� What do you usually do �8 o�clock �the morning?

15.����������������������� I was very tired �the evening.