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Prepositions of Time - IN ON AT




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Months, Seasons, Years, Centuries and� Long Periods

Precise Time

Days and Dates

� in October � at 6 o'clock � on Monday
� in winter � at 10.45 am � on Sundays
� in the summer � at noon � on October 23
� in 1969 � at lunchtime � on January 3, 2001
� in the 1800s � at bedtime � on Halloween
� in this century � at dawn � on Mother's Day
� in the Jurassic Period � at night � on your birthday
� in the future � at the moment � on New Year's Eve
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�in the morning � at night �on Monday morning

�in the mornings

� at the weekend �on Sunday mornings
�in the afternoon (s) � at Easter
� at Christmas
�on Tuesday afternoons
�in the evening (s) � at the same time on Friday evenings
And we do not use in,� at� and onwhen we use the expressions last, next, every, and this.
������������example: Gloria went to Paris last April. (not in last April)
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.�Click on�the correct preposition of time.
� 1. Mary wore a witch costume �Halloween.
� 2. I have English classes �Tuesdays.
� 3. My dad comes home �lunchtime.
� 4. The children like to go to the park �the morning.
� 5. Henry's birthday is �November.
� 6. Lots of people go shopping �Christmastime.
� 7. Justin Bieber was born �March 1, 1994.
� 8. Leaves turn red, gold and brown �Autumn.
� 9.�My friends�like to go the the movies �Saturdays.
� 10.The pilgrims arrived in America �1620.
� 11. My sister likes to watch TV �the evening.
� 12. Mum always reads stories �bedtime.
� 13. I like to watch the parade �Independence Day.
� 14. Hippies protested against the war� the 1960s.
� 15. We finished the marathon �the same time.
.�Write�the correct preposition of time. Write the number of the sentence under�each picture.

1. Bob likes to play footbal �the afternoon.

2. Flowers bloom �the spring. 3. Americans eat turkey �Thanksgiving day. 4. The stars shine���� night.
5. The Smiths always travel �the summer. 6. Kids have fun � Halloween. 7. The Mall closes midnight. 8. My neighbours go to church �Sundays.

. Write at, in, on or leave it blank if we do not use a preposition.
1. My cousins went to Australia last �July.
2. I like to eat pancakes �the morning.
3. Dad is not home �the moment.
4. Mammoths lived �the Ace Age.
5. My family gets together �dinnertime.
6. My brother comes home every �Christmas.
7. I take my dog for a walk �the morning.
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