Hello there, Freedom students!  Here’s the answer to yesterday’s mini-lesson!

a)       On, in, at

How did you do?  Remember, we like to use ‘on’ for a specific day (Monday).  We use ‘in’ to represent inside of a certain time (in the morning, in May, in 2006).  ‘At night’ however, is a special case.  Unlike morning and afternoon, which use ‘in’, ‘at night’ refers to a relatively specific time around the speaker’s bedtime.  Because this timeframe is shorter than morning or afternoon, we say ‘at night’.

What do you think?  Be sure to ask your teacher if you have questions!

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