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A short in exercise in basic prepositions of time - at, in and on.

A short in exercise in basic prepositions of time - at, in and on.

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  • ExercisePrepositions oftime
  • prepositions of time - choose at in on (no prep.)He does his homework __ weekends.Are there lessons __ Monday mornings?They work __ Christmas but not __ Christmas day.__ last week we started modal verbs.The lesson started __ 3pm.Our course started __ March.She studies __ the morning but her boyfriend studies __ night.__ the moment we’re starting Module 7.Everyone spoke __ the same time.The exam is __ 29 May but some students will do it __ July__ midnight, there was nobody left in the restaurant.He started university __ 2011.He didn’t do anything __ his birthday.“Are you doing anything __ the weekend. I have to study __ Saturday but I’m free __ Sunday.The school is closed __ Easter.They always have a big celebration __ 4 July.He wasn’t here __ last week but I suppose he’ll be here __ next week.It’s hot in this room __ the afternoon.There was a big economic boom __ the ’60s.
  • prepositions of time - at for timeHe does his homework __ weekends.Are there lessons __ Monday mornings?They work __ Christmas but not __ Christmas day.__ last week we started modal verbs.The lesson started at 3pm.Our course started __ March.She studies __ the morning but her boyfriend studies __ night.At the moment we’re starting Module 7.Everyone spoke at the same time.The exam is __ 29 May but some students will do it __ JulyAt midnight, there was nobody left in the restaurant.He started university __ 2011.He didn’t do anything __ his birthday.“Are you doing anything __ the weekend. I have to study __ Saturday but I’m free __ Sunday.The school is closed __ Easter.They always have a big celebration __ 4 July.He wasn’t here __ last week but I suppose he’ll be here __ next week.It’s hot in this room __ the afternoon.There was a big economic boom __ the ’60s. View slide
  • prepositions of time - on for days and datesHe does his homework __ weekends.Are there lessons on Monday mornings?They work __ Christmas but not on Christmas day.__ last week we started modal verbs.The lesson started at 3pm.Our course started __ March.She studies __ the morning but her boyfriend studies __ night.At the moment we’re starting Module 7.Everyone spoke at the same time.The exam is on 29 May but some students will do it __ JulyAt midnight, there was nobody left in the restaurant.He started university __ 2011.He didn’t do anything on his birthday.“Are you doing anything __ the weekend. I have to study on Saturday but I’m free on Sunday.The school is closed __ Easter.They always have a big celebration on 4 July.He wasn’t here __ last week but I suppose he’ll be here __ next week.It’s hot in this room __ the afternoon.There was a big economic boom __ the ’60s. View slide
  • prepositions of time - in for periodsHe does his homework __ weekends.Are there lessons on Monday mornings?They work __ Christmas but not on Christmas day.__ last week we started modal verbs.The lesson started at 3pm.Our course started in March.She studies in the morning but her boyfriend studies __ night.At the moment we’re starting Module 7.Everyone spoke at the same time.The exam is on 29 May but some students will do it in JulyAt midnight, there was nobody left in the restaurant.He started university in 2011.He didn’t do anything on his birthday.“Are you doing anything __ the weekend. I have to study on Saturday but I’m free on Sunday.The school is closed __ Easter.They always have a big celebration on 4 July.He wasn’t here __ last week but I suppose he’ll be here __ next week.It’s hot in this room in the afternoon.There was a big economic boom in the ’60s.
  • prepositions of time – no prep. before ‘last’ and ‘next’He does his homework __ weekends.Are there lessons on Monday mornings?They work __ Christmas but not on Christmas day.– last week we started modal verbs.The lesson started at 3pm.Our course started in March.She studies in the morning but her boyfriend studies __ night.At the moment we’re starting Module 7.Everyone spoke at the same time.The exam is on 29 May but some students will do it in JulyAt midnight, there was nobody left in the restaurant.He started university in 2011.He didn’t do anything on his birthday.“Are you doing anything __ the weekend. I have to study on Saturday but I’m free on Sunday.The school is closed __ Easter.They always have a big celebration on 4 July.He wasn’t here – last week but I suppose he’ll be here – next week.It’s hot in this room in the afternoon.There was a big economic boom in the ’60s.
  • prepositions of time – at for all the exceptionsHe does his homework at weekends.Are there lessons on Monday mornings?They work at Christmas but not on Christmas day.– last week we started modal verbs.The lesson started at 3pm.Our course started in March.She studies in the morning but her boyfriend studies at night.At the moment we’re starting Module 7.Everyone spoke at the same time.The exam is on 29 May but some students will do it in JulyAt midnight, there was nobody left in the restaurant.He started university in 2011.He didn’t do anything on his birthday.“Are you doing anything at the weekend. I have to study on Saturday but I’m free on Sunday.The school is closed at Easter.They always have a big celebration on 4 July.He wasn’t here – last week but I suppose he’ll be here – next week.It’s hot in this room in the afternoon.There was a big economic boom in the ’60s.