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    #1

    in the calendar year, on the calendar year or at the calendar year,

    Which time preposition must I use with "the calendar year"?
    ... in the calendar year,
    ... on the calendar year,
    ... at the calendar year.
    Which one is true?
    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: in the calendar year, on the calendar year or at the calendar year,

    Welocme, etakto.

    "on" for written on; "in" for inside of.


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    Re: in the calendar year, on the calendar year or at the calendar year,

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Welocme, etakto.
    "on" for written on; "in" for inside of.
    Thanks a lot for your reply but I couldn't understand exactly.

    "on" or "in"? Sometimes "on", sometimes "in"?

    Can you explain more clearly?

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    #4

    Re: in the calendar year, on the calendar year or at the calendar year,

    Sorry about that, etako.

    I'd use, "(with)in this calendar year."

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