Unit 118 At/on/in (Time)
- at, on, in 비교:
- They arrived at 5:00.
- They arrived on Friday.
- They arrived in October. / They arrived in 1968.
at : 시간(시각)
at 5:00 at 11:45 at midnight at lunchtime at sunset, etc.
on : 날짜 혹은 요일
on Friday / on Fridays on May 16, 1999 on Christmas Day on my birthday
also on the weekend, on weekends
in : 월·년·계절 등과 같은 긴 기간(시간)
in October in 1988 in the 18th century in the past
in (the) winter in the 1990s in the Middle Ages in the future
- at 로 표현하는 시간:
- at night
- at Christmas
- at this time / at the moment
- at the same time
- I don’t like going out at night.
- Do you give each other present at Christmas?
- Mr. Brown is busy at this time / at the moment.
- Liz and I arrived at the same time.
- 다음의 표현을 보겠습니다.
in the morning(s)
in the afternoon(s)
in the evening(s)
but on Friday morning(s)
on Sunday morning(s)
on Monday evening(s), etc.
- I’ll see you in the morning.
- Do you work in the evenings?
- I’ll see you on Friday morning.
- Do you work on Saturday evenings?
- last/next/this/every 앞에는 at/on/in 을 사용하지 않습니다.
- I’ll see you next Friday. (not on next Friday)
- They got married last March.
- 구어체에서 요일(Sunday, etc.), 날짜(March 12, etc.) 앞의 on 은 종종 생략합니다.
- I’ll see you on Friday. or I’ll see you Friday.
- She works on Saturday mornings. or She works Saturday mornings.
- They got married on March 12. or They got married March 12.
E In a few minutes / in six months, etc.
- The train will be leaving in a few minutes. (= a few minutes from now)
- Andy has left town. He’ll be back in a week. (= a week from now)
- She’ll be here in a moment. (= a moment from now)
- “in six months’ time,” “in a week’s time” 등의 표현:
- They’re getting married in six months’ time. or . . . in six months.
- in . . . 은 또한 무언가를 하는데 걸리는 시간도 표현합니다.
- I learned to drive in four weeks. (= It took me four weeks to learn)
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