On time / In time

Lets use some more prepositions today. ON time = not late If something happens ON time, it happens at the time which was planned. examples: “The 10:35 train was ON time.” = It left at 10:35, it left the station at it’s planned time.“Lets meet at the restaurant at 6:30 tomorrow. Please be ON time because we have a reservation.” = Please don’t be late. …

English expression – "Just in case"

Just in case Recently was I asked about the English expression “just in case” and I thought it would make a good blog post. Please look at the following example:  “I don’t think it will rain today, but I will take my umbrella with me to the store, just in case.” Just in case means “IF something happens” then you want …