English prepositions IN, AT, ON with time (video)

This content is NEW and ADVANCED on my postEnglish prepositions IN, AT, ONClick the link above! Learn the meaning of the prepositions IN, AT and ON and practice some of their uses! Read and listen to natural preposition sentences that we use to describe when things happen.  Prepositions with TIME Video text below! We use at for the time of …

Common English expressions – It’s time to… It’s time for…

Here is a common English expression It’s time to (verb)  OR It’s time for (noun) = Now is the time to do something, or for something. “It’s time to eat lunch. “It’s time for lunch.” “It’s 11:30, time to go to bed.” “It’s time for bed.” “My bicycle is 8 years old! It’s time tobuy a new one.”

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. …

In the paper – On TV

Using words like in, at, on can be confusing. These words are called prepositions and they are important to understand if we want to speak natural English. Today we will look at in and on, and how we use them to talk about something we read, heard or saw. Please read the following example: A: “Did you hear about Ichiro getting traded to the …