Prepositions of Time
The sentences below this picture show the use of some common prepositions of time: at, in, during
- He has coffee in the morning, tea in the afternoon and wine in the evening.
- I work during the morning/afternoon/evening/day/night.
- Let’s meet at 6pm.
- The clock strikes twelve at midday/noon/midnight.
- The condemned man was shot at sunrise/dawn.
- The street lights come on at sunset/dusk.
- We can see the stars at night.