It’s always difficult in another language – prepositions!
The best way to think about prepositions is to split them into Time and Place prepositions.
Today we will look at the main TIME prepositions.
At a specific time: at 4 pm, at 12.30 but at night!
e.g. I’ll meet you at 2.30
At a festive season at Easter, at Christmas, at the weekend
e.g. What are you doing at Easter?
On a particular day on New Year’s Eve, on Christmas Day
e.g. Who’s coming on New Year’s Eve?
On a part of that day on Wednesday(s), on Wednesday evenings
e.g. We eat out every Friday evenings
In a specific day, month, year in 2018, November, morning, afternoon, evening
e.g. We have coffee in the morning
In a period of time, within a certain time in five days, in 2 months
e.g. We expect your report in 2 days
Remember: It is Easter Sunday and Easter Monday and not first/second Easter Day and Christmas Day and Boxing Day and not first/second Christmas Day.