In On At Prepositions

A preposition is a word that is placed before a noun or noun equivalent to show its relation to some other word in the sentence. 

Here we have discussed In on at Prepositions of Time & In on at Prepositions of Place.

In On At Prepositions of Place

In on at Prepositions of Time


Parts of the dayIn the morning/in the evening (but at night)
MonthsIn December
SeasonsIn (the) spring
DecadesIn the 1990’s centuries
CenturiesIn the 20th century
Days of the weekOn Tuesday/Friday dates
DatesOn (the) 15th of May/ on May 15
Specific DaysOn Good Friday
On New Year’s Day
On my birthday
On the following day.
Clock TimeAt 6 o’clock, at 8.30 p.m.
NightAt night
Holiday PeriodAt Christmas
At the weekend
At the Pooja vacation
  • He reached Delhi at 4 p.m.
  • I reached Mumbai at 3 p.m. on a Sunday in the month of May.
  • The Russian Revolution broke out in November in 1917.
  • The players will come back at five in the afternoon.
  • I passed the Graduation in 1944.
  • See me at 7 o’clock in the morning.
  • See me on the morning of Monday the Sixth.
  • We swam across the river at the same time.

In on at Prepositions of Place



  • She lives in Delhi.
  • There’s not a cloud in the sky.
  • The children are playing in the street.
  • She is sitting in a chair.
  • He is in the shop.
  • My brother lives in Calcutta.
  • There was a famine in the Burdwan district last year.
  • There is a big temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in our village.
  • There is a museum in Calcutta.
  • There lived a juggler in this village.


  • We waited at the corner of the street.
  • She is at school.
  • They live at Mahimpur.
  • I saw the pictures at my uncle’s house.
  • He was born at Radhanagar, a village in Hooghly.
  • Kamal is at Krishnagar now.
  • Sunrise is more enjoyable at Puri than in Mumbai.
  • He resides at 50, Deshbandhu Road.
  • He is at the shop.Rajkamal lives at Garia.


  • Look at the picture on the wall.
  • There are dirty marks on the floor.
  • Leave the glasses on the table.
  • They sat on the grass.

In on at Prepositions Exercises


  • He reached Delhi ……………. 4 p.m.
  • I reached Mumbai at 3 p.m. …………… a Sunday ………………… the month of May.
  • The Russian Revolution broke out ………………… November …………………….. 1917.
  • The players will come back ……………. five ………………. the afternoon.
  • I passed the Graduation ………………….. 1944.
  • See me at 7 o’clock ……………………. the morning.
  • See me ……………….. the morning of Monday the Sixth.
  • We swam across the river ………………… the same time.
  • She lives ………………. Delhi.
  • There’s not a cloud ………………… the sky.
  • The children are playing ………………… the street.
  • She is sitting ………………… a chair.
  • He is …………………… the shop.
  • My brother lives …………………….. Calcutta.
  • There was a famine ………………… the Burdwan district last year.
  • There is a big temple dedicated to Lord Shiva ………………… our village.
  • There is a museum ……………….. Calcutta.
  • There lived a juggler ………………….. this village.
  • We waited ……………….. the corner of the street.
  • She is …………………….. school.
  • They live ……………………. Mahimpur.
  • I saw the pictures ………………… my uncle’s house.
  • He was born ………………………. Radhanagar, a village in Hooghly.
  • Kamal is ………………. Krishnagar now.
  • Sunrise is more enjoyable ……………………. Puri than in Mumbai.
  • He resides ……………………….. 50, Deshbandhu Road.
  • He is ……………….. the shop. Rajkamal lives ………………………… Garia.

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