Dec 22, 2016

UNIT 120 • At / on / in (time)

33 cards
, 130 answers
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  • Complete the sentences. Each time use ‘at’, ‘on’ or ‘in’ + one of the following:

    the evening       ○      the moment       ○      Sundays       ○      about 20 minutes       ○      21 July 1969       ○      the Middle Ages       ○      1492       ○      the 1920s       ○      11 seconds       ○      Christmas       ○      the same time       ○      night
    • Columbus made his first voyage from Europe to America
      In Britain most people do not work
      If the sky is clear, you can see the stars
      After working hard during the day, I like to relax
      The first man walked on the moon
      It’s difficult to listen if everyone is speaking
      Jazz became popular in the United States
      I’m just going out to the shop. I’ll be back
      (on the phone)
      A: Can I speak to Clare?
      B: I’m afraid she’s not here
      In Britain people send each other cards
      Many of Europe’s great cathedrals were built
      Bob is a very fast runner. He can run 100 metres

    • Complete the sentences with ‘at’, ‘on’ or ‘in’ where necessary.
      • I’ll see you  . . . 
        on Friday
        .
        • at Friday
        • on Friday
        • in Friday
        • Friday

      • I’ll see you  . . . 
        next Friday
        .
        • at next Friday
        • on next Friday
        • in next Friday
        • next Friday

      • What are you doing  . . . 
        on Saturday
        ?
        • at Saturday
        • on Saturday
        • in Saturday
        • Saturday

      • What are you doing  . . . 
        at the weekend
        ?
        • at the weekend
        • on the weekend
        • in the weekend
        • the weekend

      • They often go out  . . . 
        in the evenings
        .
        • at the evenings
        • on the evenings
        • in the evenings
        • the evenings

      • They often go out  . . . 
        on Sunday evenings
        .
        • at Sunday evenings
        • on Sunday evenings
        • in Sunday evenings
        • Sunday evenings

      • Do you work  . . . 
        on Wednesdays
        ?
        • at Wednesdays
        • on Wednesdays
        • in Wednesdays
        • Wednesdays

      • Do you work  . . . 
        every Wednesday
        ?
        • at every Wednesdays
        • on every Wednesdays
        • in every Wednesdays
        • every Wednesdays

      • We usually have a holiday  . . . 
        in the summer
        .
        • at the summer
        • on the summer
        • in the summer
        • the summer

      • We often have a short holiday  . . . 
        at Christmas
        .
        • at Christmas
        • on Christmas
        • in Christmas
        • Christmas

      • Pauline got married  . . . 
        in 2017
        .
        • at 2017
        • on 2017
        • in 2017
        • 2017

      • Pauline got married  . . . 
        on 13 May 2017
        .
        • at 13 May 2017
        • on 13 May 2017
        • in 13 May 2017
        • 13 May 2017

      • Chris is getting married  . . . 
        this year
        .
        • at this year
        • on this year
        • in this year
        • this year

    • Complete the sentences with ‘at’, ‘on’ or ‘in’.
      • Mozart was born in Salzburg  . . . 
        in
        1756.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • I haven’t seen Kate for a few days. I last saw her  . . . 
        on
        Tuesday.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • The price of electricity is going up  . . . 
        in
        October.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • I’ve been invited to a wedding  . . . 
        on
        14 February.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • Hurry up! We’ve got to go  . . . 
        in
        five minutes.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • I’m busy just now but I’ll be with you  . . . 
        in
        a moment.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • Jenny’s brother is an engineer but he’s out of work  . . . 
        at
        the moment.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • There are usually a lot of parties  . . . 
        on
        New Year’s Eve.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • I hope the weather will be nice  . . . 
        at
        the weekend.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      •  . . . 
        On
        Saturday night I went to bed  . . . 
        at
        11 o’clock.
        • Atin
        • Onat
        • Inon

      • I don’t like travelling  . . . 
        at
        night.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • We travelled overnight to Paris and arrived  . . . 
        at
        5 o’clock  . . . 
        in
        the morning.
        • atin
        • onat
        • inon

      • The course begins  . . . 
        on
        7 January and ends sometime  . . . 
        in
        April.
        • atin
        • onat
        • inon

      • It was quite a short book and easy to read. I read it  . . . 
        in
        a day.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • I might not be at home  . . . 
        on
        Tuesday morning but I’ll probably be there  . . . 
        in
        the afternoon.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • My car is being repaired at the garage. It will be ready  . . . 
        in
        two hours.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • The telephone and the doorbell rang  . . . 
        at
        the same time.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • Mary and Henry always go out for a meal  . . . 
        on
        their wedding anniversary.
        • at
        • on
        • in

      • Henry is 63. He’ll be retiring from his job  . . . 
        in
        two years’ time.
        • at
        • on
        • in

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