- For Teachers
I have already read the forums about the use of "at the time" and "at that time", still I´m a little confused. My english teacher asked me to write a question using the past continuous with the next words:
1.-(he/live in Tokyo at the time?)
I know she's asking me "at the time" even though I´m kind of confused which one would be better to use?
Was he living at Tokyo at THAT time?
Was he living at Tokyo at THE time?
Note that we say "... living in Tokyo ...", not "at".
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.