What prepositions can we use for time? We can use at, on, or in, among others.




The foregoing table combines and modifies notes taken from Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary: weekend; Capital Community College’s Guide to Grammar and Writing, Learning English Online (Deutsche), English Club.

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