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    mr.ducnt is offline Newbie
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    "at", "in", and "on" in expressing time

    Could anyone show me how to use "at", "in", and "on" ?
    Eg: at 6. am, at noon,...
    on Monday, on May, on that day,...
    in March, in 2008, in the morning,...

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    tedtmc is offline Key Member
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    Re: "at", "in", and "on" in expressing time

    Except for 'on May'(should be 'in May'), you have got them right.

    not a teacher

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