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The Lady Gaga concert is in October, on Halloween at 5
o’clock.
IN
-GENERAL-
Used for NOT SPECIFIC times during a day, month, season, year:
She always reads newspapers in the morning.
In the summer, we have a rainy
season for three weeks.
The new semester starts in
January
IN
Used to indicate a shape, color, or size:
 The students stood in a circle.
 This painting is mostly in blue.
 This j...
ON
Used to express a surface of something:
The cat is on the table. The papers are on the
desk.
Used to specify days and dates:
 The garbage truck comes on Wednesdays.
 I was born on the 14th day of June in 1988.
AT
Used to point out specific time:
 We take english classes at 10 o’clock
 The party starts at noon.
AT
Used to point out specific place:
There were hundreds of people at the park.
We saw a baseball game at the stadium
LET’S PRACTICE!
Choose a correct preposition in the sentence.
1.I want to lose 5 kilogram (on, at, in) one month.
2. Could...
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  1. 1. The Lady Gaga concert is in October, on Halloween at 5 o’clock.
  2. 2. IN -GENERAL- Used for NOT SPECIFIC times during a day, month, season, year: She always reads newspapers in the morning.
  3. 3. In the summer, we have a rainy season for three weeks. The new semester starts in January
  4. 4. IN Used to indicate a shape, color, or size:  The students stood in a circle.  This painting is mostly in blue.  This jacket comes in extra-small.
  5. 5. ON Used to express a surface of something: The cat is on the table. The papers are on the desk.
  6. 6. Used to specify days and dates:  The garbage truck comes on Wednesdays.  I was born on the 14th day of June in 1988.
  7. 7. AT Used to point out specific time:  We take english classes at 10 o’clock  The party starts at noon.
  8. 8. AT Used to point out specific place: There were hundreds of people at the park.
  9. 9. We saw a baseball game at the stadium
  10. 10. LET’S PRACTICE! Choose a correct preposition in the sentence. 1.I want to lose 5 kilogram (on, at, in) one month. 2. Could you get me this pants (on, at, in) a larger size? 3. She seems to be interested (on, at, in) Psychology. 4. I will come to pick you up (on, at, in) 2 pm tomorrow. 5. This class will be held (on, at, in) Mondays. 6. We always work in the garden spring. 7. The cars first appeared in sales 19th century. 8. This house was built 1967. 9. I will come to visit you again your house. 10. I usually have my vacation March.

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