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08/11/2023
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prepositions – in, on and at

When we talk about ‘years’ we use the preposition ‘in’:
‘The football world cup was last held in 2014.’

The following examples all use a preposition. Try to match them with the grammar rules below.

Examples:
My birthday is in August.
I love to see snow in the winter.
I have some free time in the afternoon.
Can you come to my house for a barbeque on Saturday?
His birthday is on the 2nd of May.
Can you meet me at the bus stop at 5:30?
I will be able to go home at Christmas.
Do you think we will be able to get out the front doors at the end of the movie?

Which preposition do we use?

1. When we talk about ‘years’ we use: in
2. When we talk about ‘religious festivals’ we use: _______
3. When we talk about ‘days of the week’ we use: _______
4. When we talk about ‘dates’ we use: _______
5. When we talk about ‘parts of the day’ we use: _______
6. When we talk about ‘points in time’ we use: _______
7. When we talk about ‘hours of the clock’ we use: _______
8. When we talk about ‘seasons’ we use: _______
9. When we talk about ‘months’ we use: _______

Come back tomorrow and check your answers.

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