英会話・英語 アミック 5 ways to use “in” with time expressions
In with time expressions
In is a preposition of time. It can be used with:
- I’m going on holiday in May.
- I’ll next see you at Christmas in December.
- I think we arrived some time in June.
- In winter, it’s cold.
- I think this year I’ll have my holiday in summer.
- Mummy, do the leaves fall off the tree in spring or in autumn?
- I finished school in 2000.
- The Titanic sank in 1912.
- I grew up in the 1930s.
Times of day
- I leave home in the morning.
- I get home in the evening.
- I’ll see you in the afternoon.
- I can’t sleep at night.
The past, present and future
- In the past, people died much younger.
- You need to learn to live in the present.
- In the future, you’ll learn everything from videos.