Prepositions of Time and Examples in English

Prepositions of Time and Examples

Prepositions of Time and Examples

Prepositions are one of the most difficult parts of grammar for second language learners. This is because prepositions can be very confusing, and there are so many different kinds!

Today we’re going to focus on prepositions of time, and specifically, how to use them in sentences. We’ll also look at some examples to help clear things up.

By the end of this blog post, you should have a better understanding of how to use prepositions of time correctly.

List of Prepositions of Time


  • On Tuesday
  • On the top
  • On my birthday
  • On Friday
  • On 5 April
  • On Christmas Day
  • On the table
  • On Saturday
  • On 12 Mar. 2019
  • On the roof
  • On Sunday morning
  • On Independence Day
  • On New Year’s Eve


  • At 12 o’clock
  • At sunrise
  • At bedtime
  • At midnight
  • At 11:30pm
  • At sunset
  • At dinnertime
  • At noon
  • At lunchtime


  • In 2010
  • In 18th century
  • In the 1960s
  • In the middle ages
  • In the party
  • In the summer
  • In the past
  • In the School
  • In the bus
  • In Music
  • In the Ice Age
  • In the next century
  • In February