Everyday Grammar In, On, and At

On-everyday Grammar

Welcome to Everyday Grammar! Today we’re talking about how to use the prepositions in, on, and at. These are all very common words, but they can be confusing in English. We’ll look at how to use these prepositions correctly to make sure you have the right words in the right places. Let’s get started!

Everyday Grammar In, On, and At

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On-everyday Grammar

Using ‘On’ :

  • on the table
  • on time
  • on 3rd January
  • on Friday
  • on the wall
  • on the roof
  • on the hill
  • on the plane

At-everyday GrammarUsing ‘At’ :

  • at school
  • at 5.00 p.m.
  • at night
  • at noon
  • at the moment
  • at the place
  • at the event
  • at the park

In-everyday GrammarUsing ‘In’ :

  • in the sky
  • in the event
  • in a few hours
  • in five minutes
  • in time
  • in January
  • in the evening
  • in the morning
  • in the afternoon
  • in an hour
  • in the basket
  • in the class

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