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Hi, I'm Phil from BBC Learning English.
Today, I'm going to tell you five ways
to use in with time expressions.
Number one: months.
I can say: I'm going on holiday in May.
Number two: seasons.
So, we can say: In winter, it's cold.
Number three: years.
So, I can say: I finished school in 2000.
Number four: most times of day.
I leave home in the morning.
I get home in the evening.
But, I go to sleep at night.
It's an exception!
Number five.
We use it with in the past, in the present
and in the future.
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EIAM: Five ways to use 'in' with time expressions

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Evangeline published on July 31, 2018    Arnold Hsu translated    Evangeline reviewed
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