I need to insert either in or at in this sentence:
"We arrived at the airport ... good time for the plane."
Considering a common phrase "in the right place at the right time", there should be "at" in the gap. Am I right?
Aug 18, 2019 2:42 PM
Answers · 3
"... in good time" is the correct answer.
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Oxford Learner's Dictionaries
in time (for something/to do something)
not late; with enough time to be able to do something
Will we be in time for the six o'clock train?
The ambulance got there just in time (= to save somebody's life).
August 18, 2019
1. Use "in", though I would say "just in time ..."
2. Yes, that is correct.