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    skguest2002 Guest

    Default in & on

    Hi,
    Which of the following sentense is correct? why? what's the difference?
    training is not provided in time
    training is not provided on time

    Thanks,
    Sasi

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    Default Re: in & on

    'In time' means 'before it is too late'.
    'On time' means 'at the correct time'.

    Choose the one that best suits your intention, Sasi.

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