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Could I say:
1) I want to be at work on time. (meaning: punctually, at the planned time, neither late nor
2) I want to be at work in time. (meaning: with enough time to spare before my work starts as
planned or arranged)
3) I want to be at work in time because I intend to have a cup of coffee there before my shift
Greetings from Bavaria,
the expression "in time"? Why can I not use "in time" in my sentence number 3 but in the one in blue you rephrased right below?
What about these sentences?
1) Because I prepared for my A-level test early/in time, I passed it.
2) As my severely injured friend arrived in hospial in time/early, he survived.
Which expression or word can I use here and why?
I am looking forward to your answer.
Greetings from Bavaria
Last edited by Joern Matthias; 23-Apr-2012 at 09:44.