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next Monday at 10 o'clock #1 (permalink) Wed Feb 09, 2011 22:06 pm   next Monday at 10 o'clock
 

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ESL/EFL Test #18 "Making an Appointment", question 7

The two things that are important for an appointment are the time and the place. You say for example: Let's meet next Monday ......... 10 o'clock.

(a) on
(b) at
(c) in
(d) for

Business English Courses, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #18 "Making an Appointment", answer 7

The two things that are important for an appointment are the time and the place. You say for example: Let's meet next Monday at 10 o'clock.

Correct answer: (b) at
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Now is the third attempt that I try to give an answer. But it is always deleted. Why? It wouldn't be more simple to explain why is mistaken.
Can we use here a time preposition? Is god if I use at?
-at 10 o'clock
-at midnight,
-at dawn-at weekend or at weekends
- at Easter or at Christmas
-at the time of speaking
-at the moment you called me...
at the end of holiday
Are these examples OK ???
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