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    Difference?

    Hello!
    What's the difference between "I will come at midnight" or "I will come in midnight"?
    Thank you.
    Last edited by Aleksandr Omelchenko; 13-Aug-2014 at 21:29.

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    Re: Difference?

    You have to say "I will come at midnight".
    Preposition At used for the time of day, preposition In used for longer periods, for example "I will come in October". Also, if I do not know how to say something I always check here http://lingohelp.com/?q=in+midnight

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    Re: Difference?

    Mr. Olek, Thank you. Very useful!

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