How to Use Prepositions of Time and Place AT – IN – ON 1

How to Use Prepositions of Time and Place AT – IN – ON

In this lesson, we will study the prepositions of time and place in, on, at. IN, ON and AT are used as both time prepositions and place prepositions in English.

Prepositions of Time and Place

Prepositions of Time

IN

  • in the morning
  • in the afternoon
  • in the evening
  • in February
  • in March
  • in the summer
  • in the winter
  • in the autumn
  • in the spring
  • in 1999

ON

  • on Monday
  • on Sunday
  • on April 1st
  • on the 11th
  • on the first day
  • on the last day
  • on my birthday
  • on Christmas day
  • on Easter day
  • on holiday
  • on my wedding day
  • on that day

AT

  • at 9 o’clock
  • at midday
  • at noon
  • at dusk
  • at dawn
  • at night
  • at the weekend
  • at Christmas
  • at Easter
  • at the moment
  • at that time
  • at the beginning
  • at the end

Prepositions of Time

Prepositions of Place

AT

  • at The Empire State Building
  • at the corner
  • at the bus stop
  • at the door
  • at the top of page
  • at the end of the road
  • at the entrance
  • at the crossroads
  • at the front desk
  • at a conference
  • at a party

IN

  • In a box.
  • In a room.
  • In a country.
  • in a traffic jam
  • in Times Square
  • in a building
  • in a car
  • in a taxi
  • in a boat
  • in a helicopter
  • in a lift (elevator)
  • in the living – room
  • in the article
  • in England

ON

  • on the table
  • on the floor
  • on the chair
  • on a table
  • on a wall
  • on the floor
  • on the roof
  • on the menu
  • on the page
  • on the door
  • on the shelf

Prepositions of Place

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Prepositions of Time and Place AT – IN – ON

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