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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #86546: On time or In time
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    On time or In time

    On time = at the planned time; neither late nor early
    In time = with enough time to spare; before the last moment

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    1. Two trains out of five have arrived . I hope ours does too.

    2. I've been paying my bill ! I don't understand why they have turned off the electricity.

    3. Children must arrive at school . If you are late, you will receive two hours detention.

    4. We have arrived just for the start of the tournament.

    5. We arrived right , neither early nor late.

    6. Why are you so worried? I am always .

    7. We always start the meeting so don't be late!

    8. If the ambulance had arrived , he could have been saved.

    9. The plane took off .

    10. Hurry up if you want to be seated for the beginning of the film.

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