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    Prepositions

    Hi,
    i have some doubts about prepositions.

    1) In a cold day. Is it incorrect?
    In my book is written 2) On a cold day.

    Do the two senteces have different meaning or n. 1 it's wrong?

    Which is the difference of meaning between:

    Land at and land on

    Thank's you are always really helpful!!

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    Re: Prepositions

    1) In a cold day. <incorrect>
    2) On a cold day. <correct>


    3) Land at (a time, a place); e.g., We landed at 3.00; We landed at the airport.

    4) Land on (a day, something, someone); e.g., We landed on Friday; We landed on the runway.

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    Re: Prepositions

    Thank's!!!!

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