Prepositions with Days, Months, and Years | Practice 1
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Based on this lesson use the correct preposition to complete each blank.
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I like going to the beach on Saturdays.
We are going to Germany in September.
My best friend is moving to Japan in January. He’s leaving on January 2.
Don’t forget to call your mother on her birthday.
(A birthday is a day, so it needs the preposition “on.”)
My English course starts on Monday, September 3.
Albert Einstein was born in 1879. He died on April 18, 1955.
The United States became independent in 1776, but the Constitution was signed only 11 years later, on September 17, 1787.
What are you going to do on New Year’s Day this year?
Where were you on Christmas Day 2021?
(The question is about a day, Christmas Day, that year.)
Do you go to school on Saturdays?
In the story, the character was born on a Tuesday in 1914.
World War II started on that day.
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