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    "At weekends" or "On weekends"?

    I am confused.. :(

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    Re: "At weekends" or "On weekends"?

    Quote Originally Posted by anniey799 View Post
    I am confused.. :(
    What are you confused about?

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    Re: "At weekends" or "On weekends"?

    Quote Originally Posted by anniey799 View Post
    I am confused.. :(
    AmE: on weekends
    BrE: at weekends (I think.)

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    Re: "At weekends" or "On weekends"?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    AmE: on weekends
    BrE: at weekends (I think.)
    You can remove the "I think"! You're right - in BrE, we say "at weekends" or "at the weekend". We don't use "on weekends/on the weekend" at all.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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