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Was the first Apple computer made in 1984?
Is our movie at 4 p.m.?
Is Indonesia's Independence Day on the 17th of August?
These sentences are examples of using at, in, and on with time.
We use "in" in front of months, years, centuries.
For example, television was made available to the public in the late 1920s.
We use "on" for days and dates.
So, we can say: on the July the twentieth, 1969,
Neil Armstrong became the first man ever to step on the surface of the Moon.
We use "at" in front of precise time of the day.
Three monkeys escaped from the zoo at 3 p.m. today.
These are some of the ways we can use on, in, and at with times.
So, why don't you try to make sentences using on, in, and at down in the comment section,
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AT, IN and ON Prepositions with Time - Tutor Time (English Grammar)

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Claire Chi published on January 2, 2018
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