Prepositions of time IN, ON, AT
Parts of day
I left house at 6 o’clock in the morning and arrived home late in the evening.
They’re going to the cinema in the afternoon.
He will start his new job in January.
She was born in October.
We’ll buy a new car in spring, insure it in summer, use it in autumn and sell it in winter.
The USA was founded in 1776.
The French Revolution started in 1789.
The Battle of Agincourt took place in the 15th century.
Some great advanced in medicine were made in the 20th century.
In time = with time to spare
They will arrive on Monday and leave on Thursday.
It was lovely weather on Saturday.
My car broke down on Friday.
She was born on 14th June. (say: the 14th of June)
WTC was destroyed by terrorists on September 11th.
He proposed to her on St. Valentine’s day.
We usually visit my parents on Christmas Day.
I had a terrible hangover on the New Year’s Day.
On time = at the last moment
at midnight, at noon, at midday
Burglar alarm went of at midnight last night.
I don’t have time to eat my lunch at noon.
She likes having a quick snack at midday.
I have to get up at 5am tomorrow.
The train is leaving at 7.30am on Saturday.
The film starts at 8 o’clock.
We’ll visit her parents at the weekend.
People eat and drink a lot at Christmas.