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    #1

    at Saturday night?

    Hello,

    I think I know the rules about prepositions of time, but could someone help me find out the rule about the phrase ' at night'?

    For example, should I say 'I went to the cinema at Saturday night 'o r 'I went to the cinema Saturday night'?

    Thank you very much,
    heyt

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    Re: at Saturday night?

    'I went to the cinema on Saturday night' or (informally) 'I went to the cinema Saturday night'.

    Rover

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