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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #117829: Prepositions of Time
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    Prepositions of Time

    Prepositions of time :



    In : is used with months, years, seasons, centuries, times of the day. (Exception : I sleep at night.)

    On : is used with specific days and dates.

    At : is used with specific times and holidays.

    For : is used to indicate a period of duration of time.


    In this exercise, you will have to choose the correct preposition.

    Here are your options : In, On, At, For or None of them.

    Good luck ! 


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    1. I take summer classes June and half of July.

    2. He went with his friends to the rock concert Sunday.

    3. We always have a long weekend Christmas.

    4. She will have a sleepover with her friends March 10.

    5. My sister was born 2007, that means she is one year older than me.

    6. She has been a teacher in this school twelve years.

    7. School normally starts 9:00, but not today.

    8. I have been sitting here waiting for my bus 30 minutes.

    9. She is not here the moment, please try again later.

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