– for telling
exact time. For example, at 3pm.
when I meet her on Sunday at 3pm
When we talk about morning, afternoon, evening and night
, we say –
In the morning
In the afternoon
In the evening
But – at night!
But when you specify
a day, then you have to say – on <day> morning.
I met my friend in the morning
English. You may have seen phrases
like “I will stay here over the weekend”, “I will come to your
home on weekends”, “I will be here at weekends” or “We have some plans
for the weekend”. All of
Here, you can also use on or at in place
of for and the sentence
be correct. “We have some
plans on the weekend” or “We have some plans
at the weekend”
Do not use in/at/on with last/next/this/every
Never say – I met her on last Friday. That’s WRONG.
CORRECT – I met her last Friday.
WRONG – They went for a movie
on this Sunday.
CORRECT – They went for a movie
CORRECT – I play tennis
On time/In time
Confused? Let’s see an example.
I hope she arrives
home in time to see the full movie. This means
she wasn’t too late and arrived
At the end/In the end
We use ‘at the end’ to indicate
the time at which
At first, I did not like her attitude. However, in the end, we became
At the end
of the speech, you can conclude
by saying, “In the end
, I would
like to thank
I got from each of you.”
2. She arrived
at the hotel
__ time, but I got late by 15 minutes.
5. Will you come for a walk with me ___ the evening?