Exercise 1: prepositions of time

(Practise using the prepositions of time ‘at, on, in’)

Temporal prepositions (at, on, in) – drop-down (difficulty: 2 of 5 – rather easy)

Choose the correct preposition of timeat, on,’ or ‘in’ for each sentence. If you are still unsure about the topic, look at the use of English prepositions to express time again.

  • Example: “What could we do on mom’s birthday?”

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  1. Harold is flying to Vienna 13th August.
  2. What are you going to do Christmas this year?
  3. George goes to an English course Wednesdays.
  4. Nights become longer autumn.
  5. Last year I was sick my birthday. I hope this year will be better.
  6. Some people don’t find it hard to get up early the morning.
  7. Anabelle joined our volleyball team 2014.
  8. Our new neighbours are having their house-warming party 27th March.
  9. I’m meeting Carol 5 o’clock. Do you want to come with me?
  10. Let’s have some coffee with Jane later the afternoon, shall we?

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