At, In, On

A student from Turkey wanted help with “in, at, on”.

“In, at, on” are used to tell when something happens. These words are prepositions of time. Prepositions of time to explain when something happens.

Prepositions are words that connect the nouns—people, places, things, locations—of a sentence to other words within a sentence. Prepositions are usually placed directly in front of nouns.

Use:

  • At to show a specific point in time. For example, “at night”, “at dinner”, etc.
  • In to show parts of the day, month, seasons, years. For example, “in the morning”, “in June”, “in winter”, etc.
  • On to show dates, days of the week, single day events. For example, “on Sunday”, “on the 12th “, etc.

 

Author: barbaraslucas

I do the work of messenger, teacher and intuitive artist. I help people gain understanding of themselves so that they can experience more of the greatness of life. My paintings of your soul colors are intuitive readings done with paint instead of words. My formal education and training comes from West Liberty State University, West Virginia University, the University of Sedona and lots of independent study with energy and spiritual healers.

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