View Poll Results: I missed my bus but stil managed to get there ___ time.

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  • on

    1,508 70.30%
  • by the

    39 1.82%
  • in

    522 24.34%
  • at the

    66 3.08%
  • for the

    10 0.47%
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      • Member Type:
      • Student or Learner
      • Native Language:
      • Arabic
      • Home Country:
      • Saudi Arabia
      • Current Location:
      • Saudi Arabia

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    #51

    Re: In time & On time

    absolutely, on time


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    #52

    Re: In time & On time

    yeah on time......


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    #53

    Re: In time & On time

    It is difficult to reach in time if u miss out your bus

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      • English Teacher
      • Native Language:
      • Spanish
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      • Venezuela
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      • Colombia

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    #54

    Re: In time & On time

    In time: You use this when you arrived to a place before the time limit, you still have time. You are early enough.

    Ex: Yesterday I woke up early and I arrived in time.

    On Time: You use this for saying that you get to a place just when you had to.

    Ex: I got to the airport right on time.

    Hope this helps! ..

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      • Somali
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      • Somalia
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    #55

    Re: In time & On time

    In time: You use this when you arrived to a place before the time limit, you still have time. You are early enough.

    Ex: Yesterday I woke up early and I arrived in time.

    On Time: You use this for saying that you get to a place just when you had to.

    Ex: I got to the airport right on time.

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