With IN, we use the following time expressions:
- parts of the day – in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening
- seasons – in spring, in summer, in autumn, in winter
- years – in 2017, in the 1990s
With ON, we use the following time expressions:
- days of the week – on Monday / on Sundays, on Monday morning
- dates – on 27th October
- specific days – on my birthday, on New Years’s Eve
With AT, we use the following time expressions:
- specific time – at 5 pm, at 11:30
- points of the day – at noon, at night
- holidays and special days – at Christmas, at Easter
- at the weekend
Fill the gaps with the prepositions IN, ON, AT:
- My birthday is ____ April.
- Tom never works ____ weekend.
- I like to watch films ____ the evening.
- My grandma was born ____ 1942.
- The meeting is ____ 3 o’clock.
- We always go skiing ____ winter.
- We have basketball training ____ Tuesdays and Thursdays
- What time do you usually go to bed ____ night?
- We have to get up ____ sunrise tomorrow.
- This shop is always closed _____Sundays.
Answers: 1. in, 2. at, 3. in, 4. in, 5. at, 6. in, 7. on, 8. at, 9. at, 10. on