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Prepositions with Days, Months, and Years | Practice 1

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Practice 2

Instructions

Based on this lesson use the correct preposition to complete each blank.

When you are finished, click “Answer.”

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1. Were you born 2000?

— Yes. I was born January 20, 2000.

Were you born in 200?

Yes. I was born on January 20, 2020.

2. The American Civil war started April 2, 1861, and ended April 9, 1865.

The American Civil war started on April 2, 1861, and ended on April 9, 1865.

3. This course meets Mondays and Wednesdays.

  The final exam is the last Wednesday of the semester.

This course meets on Mondays and Wednesday.

The final exam is on the last Wednesday of the semester.

4. We leave at 9 p.m. Saturday. We will be there before lunchtime Sunday.

We leave at 9 p.m. on Saturday. We will be there before lunchtime on Sunday.

5. I start on the new job Wednesday, but I have to be there Monday for training.

I start on the new job on Wednesday, but I have to be there on Monday for training.

Answer.

6. — Did you move here ?

 — Yes. To be exact, we moved here January 2,

— Did you move here in ?

— Yes. To be exact, we moved here on January 2, .

7. In the Northern Hemisphere, winter starts December 21 or 22. It ends March 20.

In the Northern Hemisphere, winter starts on December 21 or 22. It ends on March 20.

8. — Will you be back June?

 — No. I’ll be back July 3.

— Will you be back in June?

— No. I’ll be back on July 3.

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