Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Time
We sometimes find confusedly to differ among IN ON or AT as preposition of adverb of time. So, for this reason I want to share about Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Time in order can be used as reference to understand about the difference of them. (also read : Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place)
Below is the material of Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Time:
IN is used for Months.
Indra’s wedding is in October.
They will go to Bali in December.
IN is also used for years.
The house was built in 1975.
He was born in 2002.
IN is also used for seasons:
The garden is wonderful in the spring when all the flowers come out.
There is much of snow in autumn season
The flowers will bloom in spring.
IN is also used for parts of the day:
I like to drink tea in the evening.
I’ll come and see you in the morning for a cup of coffee, okay?
IN is also used for long periods of time:
The population of Europe doubled in the nineteenth century.
Hinduism entered in Indonesia in fifth century.
ON is used for dates.
My retirement is effective on June 23.
I was born on July 17, 1997.