Is that right? 1. I usually eat dinner in 5pm. 2. It is 3pm in beijing, China.
Nov 4, 2017 9:03 AM
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I usually eat dinner AT 5pm. We use preposition AT for time ( e.g. at 4:30, at 19 o'clock) Preposition ON is used when we speak about days of the week (on Monday) And preposition IN is used for seasons ( in Spring), years ( in 1956) I hope this helps.
November 4, 2017
IN use it with >> Months or Seasons ( e.g. in May or in Winter) ON use it with >> days of week (e.g. On Saturday elc) AT use it with >> describe time ( at 9 o'clock ) So , you should use here AT not IN
November 4, 2017
1) I usually eat dinner at 5pm 'at' in this sentance normally means you start eating dinner when it becomes 5pm - if you used 'in' you would be taking about the time it takes to eat dinner. Example: I noramlly eat dinner in 5 minutes. 2) It is 3pm in Beijing, China. This sentance is perfectly fine.
November 4, 2017
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