Prepositions of time – Basic rules

This is a compilation of rules and explanations, based on errors most commonly made by beginner, elementary and intermediate students. However, upper intermediate and advanced students could still benefit from revising these for clarity. Prepositions of time Specific time: We use the preposition “at” when speaking about specific / exact time. Example: At 12 o’clock. The […]

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