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( On time ) is the best and most correct answer .
O! it isvery nice to use this one. I feel that ireached on time is the correct answer.
I guess it sound better using the expression " on time" due this one means " During the time of....." and " in " means about something located inside. Then if I use the expression "in time", I guess I refer " into the time".
I would be better in time.
I was home on time.
well ..I'm a new member and this is the first topic I've read ( Is the tense in this sentence correct? )
I just want to thank you all because of the good information and the explanation..
P . S . I chose ON time ( It made sense to me )
Thanks one more time
I think may be in time.I think you should give the correct answer.
you managed to reach "on time"
it means you are punctual