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Usage of preposition "On"



 
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Usage of preposition "On" #1 (permalink) Thu Nov 15, 2007 16:15 pm   Usage of preposition "On"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #203 "Prepositions of Time and Date (1)", question 1

I wouldn't want his shift -- he has to wake up ......... 3 am everyday.

(a) (none)
(b) on
(c) at

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #203 "Prepositions of Time and Date (1)", answer 1

I wouldn't want his shift -- he has to wake up at 3 am everyday.

Correct answer: (c) at
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his exams will start on next week. is it correct?

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Next week #2 (permalink) Thu Nov 15, 2007 16:24 pm   Next week
 

Hello,
"On next week" is incorrect. You should say "next week." Generally, there is no preposition that goes before "this, next and last."
For example, "We're going to Thailand next year."
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