Prepositions of time and place

Prepositions of time and place

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2 thoughts on “Prepositions of time and place

  1. A Ford

    In Oxford Street? I believe most people would say ‘on Oxford Street’.
    You can also say, ‘in the beginning’ and ‘on the weekend’ as well as, ‘at the beginning’ and ‘at the weekend’.

    • Thanks for your comment! You’re right when you mention the different possible uses of the prepositions. Unfortunately or fortunately, one shoe doesn’t fit all, there are a lot of English language variants across the world from British to American to Australia etc.

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