AT ON and IN are prepositions of time.
- at = specific clock times ('at night' and festivals)
- on = days and dates (including specific days)
- in = periods of time (including seasons, years, months, parts of the day)
Improve your listening by watching the video for some examples
Choose 'at' 'on' or 'in' for each sentence.
- I have a meeting ____ 4 p.m.
- The supermarket shuts ______ 10 p.m.
- What are you doing _____ Monday?
- Where are you going _____ the weekend?
- Edinburgh has a famous festival ______ August.
- My birthday is ___ 15th April.
- Where were you living _____ 2020?
- How do you celebrate ____ Christmas?
- What do you do _____ the morning before work?
- What do you like to do ____ the evenings after work?
- What did you do _____ July?
last - no preposition with 'last'.
- Where are you going _____ summer?
next - no preposition with 'next'.
- How do you spend _____ Easter?
every - no preposition with 'every'.