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Alexandr White
On time and in time Hello native English speakers! Here is else one task for you) What is difference between "on time" and "in time"? Thank you)
Feb 25, 2014 11:36 AM
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Александр, если вы задаёте вопрос носителям английского языка, вам нужно ставить в поле "Этот вопрос для изучения"-"Английский язык", а то ваш вопрос попадает к носителям русского языка. Я вас поправлю:"Here is one more question to you. What is the difference between "on time" and "in time? "
February 25, 2014
The meeting was scheduled for 10 pm I arrived on time (10pm) I arrived in time to get some coffee before it began.
February 26, 2014
on time -- не раньше, не позже; вовремя: I'm always on time, I'm never late. in time -- ко времени, в последний момент, early enough to get something: I arrived just in time to catch the train. -- Я успел вовремя на поезд
February 26, 2014
встреча назначена на 10:00 in time = 9:45 --- 10:15 on time = 10:00
February 26, 2014
just in time -- вовремя, в последний момент (успеть); right on time -- вовремя, в нужное время (появиться).
February 25, 2014
Alexandr White
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