just in time We arrived at the station just in/on time In or on? Thanks
Aug 14, 2014 10:46 AM
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be there on time means you don't get late. but in time means you arrive on just one second before the train off
August 14, 2014
"just in time" is the correct expression. It is very common. It means "moments before something else started happening". We arrived at the station just in time (to catch the train). "right on time" is another useful expression. It means "specifically at an exact time". The movie started right on time (at exactly the time it was supposed to start).
August 14, 2014
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