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Time is one of the most common words in the English language. It is used in various ways, and this means that it can be quite difficult to know whether to use an article (a/the) or not.


1. Decide which article, if any, is needed in the gaps in the following sentences:

2. Which preposition, on or in, is needed in front of time in these sentences?


On time means at the right time, neither early nor late. In time means with enough time, the opposite of too late.

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