Why don't you give an explanation ?
I think " in time" is a little bit sooner than "on time" but I am not sure :)
IN or ON time for me. ;-)
And so say most voters. ;-)
"missed my bus", so we use "in time"
it's more ...
how to say that~~~so poor of my vocabulary level
Even with a "missed bus", it is correct to say "on time". :wink:Quote:
Originally Posted by Firelord
ON time :punctualQuote:
Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
for a special definition just take a look at
then fill in the other expression.:up:
I often use the two interchangeably. I think there is a difference though, with on time being used when the speaker has a specific time in mind.