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Grammar: time prepositions
Time Prepositions

Today you are going to learn about time prepositions an important part of English grammar.
 
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Grammar: Time Prepositions (reading and grammar)

Definition of a time preposition.
  • A time preposition is a word used to show a point in time or a length of time
Time Preposition Examples
  • She is going to work at night.
  • The meeting is on Monday.
  • The team will arrive in Summer.
  • We have not seen them since last week.
  • We cannot meet until next Sunday.
  • He kept talking during class.
  • It rained throughout January.
Fun Easy English Grammar Lessons
From YOUR Teacher: Time Prepositions

Time prepositions show a point in time (when something occurred) or a length of time (duration something occurred) and are a relatively simple English grammar concept.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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