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    Ms.

    My question is What is the difference between arrive in time and arrive on time or be in time and be on time.

    thank you for your help

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    In time / On time

    ‘in time’ is a little bit sooner than ‘on time’

    to be ‘in time’ is to have time to spare before the start of sthg.
    to be ‘on time’ is to arrive at the right time.

    see:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/intermediate/1581-time-time-3.html#post285421
    Last edited by Svaneska; 24-Apr-2008 at 21:35.

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