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GRAMMAR POINT Preposition Of Time My Job + Preposition Of Time1 © 2011 wheresjenny.com
Prepositions of time can be used to show when something happened.My Job + Preposition Of Time Preposition A preposition is a word invariable which connects a noun or pronoun complement (ie a different name, a verb or a noun). Example: to, among, around, ...". Une préposition est un mot invariable qui relie un nom ou un pronom à un complément (c'est à dire un autre nom, un verbe, ou un groupe nominal). Exemple: jusqu'à, entre, vers, ...". Preposition Of Time Prepositions of time can be used to show when something happened. (Les prépositions de temps sont être utilisées pour indiquer quand quelque chose est arrivé) 2 © 2011 wheresjenny.com
Preposition of Time: at, in, onMy Job + Preposition Of Time Preposition of Time: at, in, on We use: ‘at’ for a Precise Time. ‘in’ for Months, Years, Centuries and Long Periods. ‘on’ for Days and Dates. at in on at 3 o’clock in May on Sunday at 10:30 a.m in summer on Tuesday at noon in the summer on 6th March at dinnertime in 1990 on 25th Dec. 2010 at bedtime in the 1990s on Christmas Day at sunrise in the next century on Independence Day at sunset in the Ice Age on my birthday at the moment in the past/future on New Year’s Eve 3 © 2011 wheresjenny.com
I went to London last June. (not in last June). My Job + Preposition Of Time When we say ‘last’, ‘next’, ‘ every’, ‘this’, we do not use at, in and on. Examples: I went to London last June. (not in last June). He’s coming back next Tuesday. (not on next Tuesday). I go home every Easter. (not at every Easter). We’ll call you this evening. (not in this evening). 4 © 2011 wheresjenny.com
Choose the right preposition in each sentence.My Job + Preposition Of Time Choose the right preposition in each sentence. 1. All these computers were made ___ Japan. from in 2. He threw a snowball ___ me. It hit me on the head. at to 3. It’s not polite to stare ___ people. 1. in. 2. at. 3. at. 5 © 2011 wheresjenny.com
4. I wasn’t late for the meeting, I arrived right ___ time. at on My Job + Preposition Of Time 4. I wasn’t late for the meeting, I arrived right ___ time. at on 5. She arrived ___ Malta yesterday. to in 4. on. 5. in 6 © 2011 wheresjenny.com
Fill up the space with in, on, at or ---.My Job + Preposition Of Time Fill up the space with in, on, at or ---. 1. ___ March 2. ___ Wednesday 3. ___ 1778 4. ___ next week 5. ___ autumn 6. ___ last year 7. ___ Monday morning 8. ___ 13:15 9. ___ morning 10. ___ the morning 11. ___ Christmas 12. ___ day of recovery 13. ___ the moment 14. ___ weekend 15. ___ next weekend 16. ___ the past 1. in. 2. on. 3. in in on. 8. at. 9. at. 10. in. 11. at. 12. on 13. at. 14. at in 7 © 2011 wheresjenny.com
Fill up the space with correct preposition of time.My Job + Preposition Of Time Fill up the space with correct preposition of time. I have a meeting ___ 9 a.m. The shop closes ___ midnight. Do you work ___ Monday? ___ England, it often rains ___ December. Where will you be ___ New Year’s Day? In 1666, a great fire broke ___ London. Her birthday is ___ 18th November. Jane went home ___ lunchtime. 1.at. 2. at. 3. on. 4. in, in. 5. on. 6. in. 7. on. 8. at. 8 © 2011 wheresjenny.com
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