Firelord said:"missed my bus", so we use "in time"
it's more ...
how to say that~~~so poor of my vocabulary level
ON time unctualMikeNewYork said:Even with a "missed bus", it is correct to say "on time". :wink:
But if you are in time you in time you are not late.isnaini said::roll: In time is matchable with the condition of the speaker, late but tried to be there not more than the time specified.
But if you are in time you in time you are not late.
The phrase on time denotes arrival before a specific time.
The phrase in time denotes arrival before a specific event.
on time ----> exactly the time of begining that thing
in time ----> just before.
after time ----> it's late :-D
That's what my english teacher has explained to us at the british centre, is it right?