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This post is about two points in the English Grammar Profile found in two different categories and two different CEFR levels. Differentiating them depends on what prepositional verbs are. A combination of the verb and preposition has an idiomatic expression with a distinct meaning. However, the English Vocabulary Profile gives…
Prepositions of Time. For each question, write in the box either 'in', 'at', 'on' or "X" if there is no preposition is needed. 1. I'll see you next week. 2. He was born 1991. 3. Did you see her today. 4. It starts tomorrow. 5. It was sunny my birthday. 6. It will be ready eight months. 7. What's on the TV midnight. 8. The factory closed June. 9. the winter, it usually snows. 10. Friday, she spoke to me. 11. What are you doing the weekend. 12. I'll see you a moment. 13. T
I cannot work _____ the afternoon. ? at ? in We eat lunch _____ noon. ? in ? at The bus leaves _____ the afternoon. ? at ? in He often takes a nap _____ the afternoon. ? at ? in He often goes to bed _____ the morning. ? in ? at Wake me up _____ the morning, please. ? at ? in The exams begin _____ the afternoon. ? in ? at Do you want to play tennis _____ noon? ? at ? in You should eat breakfast _____ the morning. ?
I go to school ... the morning. ? in ? on ? at You get up ... seven o'clock. ? in ? on ? at I watch television ... night.. ? in ? on ? at He doesn't have an English lesson ... Wednesday. ? in ? on ? at I go skiing ... December. ? in ? on ? at I go swimming ... August. ? in ? on ? at We don't go to school ... Saturday. ? in ? on ? at I play football ... the afternoon. ? in ? on ?