Exercise 1: use of ‘in time & on time’
(Practise differentiating between ‘in time’ and ‘on time’)
Difference between ‘in/on time’ – drop-down (difficulty: 2 of 5 – rather easy)
Choose the best fitting adverbial for the gaps, either ‘in time’ or ‘on time’.
- Example: “There was enough food left. We arrived there in time.”
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Further exercises and explanations related to the use of ‘in/on time’
The following exercises and explanations refer to the use and difference of ‘in time’ and ‘on time’ in English grammar and may also train your skills: