Time Prepositions

Multiple Choice Exercise

Complete the sentences below by choosing the correct prepositions, then press "Check" to check your answers.
1. Jane is arriving January 26 2 o'clock the afternoon.

2. It snows here every year December. We always go outside and play in the snow Christmas day.

3. Michael is leaving Friday noon.

4. Frankie started working for her law firm 1995.

5. Franklin began working on the project yesterday.

6. Normally, New Year's Eve, it's tradition to kiss the one you love midnight.

7 Don't be ridiculous; there were no telephones the seventeenth century! The telephone was invented the 1870s.

8. The plane leaves tomorrow morning 8:00 AM.

9. The hills here are covered with wildflowers early spring.

10. We met at the restaurant 6:30 and stayed 10:30.
Your personal online English school. Learn English at Englishpage.com!
Weekly Lesson Grammar Book Vocabulary Verb Tenses Conditionals Modals Gerunds / Infinitives Articles Prepositions Mini-tutorials Irregular Verbs Reading Room Listening Lounge Games English Forums English Schools Phrasal Verb Dictionary Verb + Preposition Dictionary