Prepositions IN, ON, AT exercises with answers

1. Complete these sentences with a preposition of time (in, on or at).

a) We like to eat outside _______ the evenings.
b) In my opinion, the motor car caused the biggest change _____ the twentieth century.
c) I was born ____ 11.15 the morning.
d) ______ the spring we like to walk in the park and smell the flowers.
e) I’ll be with my family _____ New Year.
f) I’ll be with my family _____ New Year’s Day.
g) President Barack Obama was born _____ 1961.
h) I won’t be at school _____ Monday.
i) Long hair was very fashionable ______ 1973.
j) We always like to take a short holiday ______ April.

2. Where are these people? Write full sentences with the verb to be + a preposition of place (in, on or at).


1) he / a party
2) they / the fifth floor
3) the tourist / Australia
4) the cars / motorway
5) my dog / the garden
6) Madge and Ron / their wedding

3. Which lines in this conversation need a preposition (in, on or at)? Add any necessary prepositions.

A: What time does the show begin?
B: It starts seven thirty.
A: When are the others coming?
B: They’re all meeting Felicity’s house.
A: Are they coming her car?
B: No, they’re coming the underground.
A: I hope they aren’t late for the main part of the show.
B: Oh! There’s a message my phone from Felicity.

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1. Complete these sentences with a preposition of time (in, on or at).

a) We like to eat outside in the evenings.
b) In my opinion, the motor car caused the biggest change in the twentieth century.
c) I was born at 11.15 in the morning.
d) In the spring we like to walk in the park and smell the flowers.
e) I’ll be with my family at New Year.
f) I’ll be with my family on New Year’s Day.
g) President Barack Obama was born in 1961.
h) I won’t be at school on Monday.
i) Long hair was very fashionable in 1973.
j) We always like to take a short holiday in April.

2. Where are these people? Write full sentences with the verb to be + a preposition of place (in, on or at).

a) He's at a party.
b) They're on the fifth floor.
c) The tourist is in Australia.
d) The cars are on the motorway.
e) My dog is in the garden.
f) Madge and Ron are at their wedding.

3. Which lines in this conversation need a preposition (in, on or at)? Add any necessary prepositions.

A: What time does the show begin?
B: It starts at seven thirty.
A: When are the others coming? 
B: They’re all meeting at Felicity’s house.
A: Are they coming in her car?
B: No, they’re coming on the underground.
A: I hope they aren’t late for the main part of the show. 
B: Oh! There’s a message on my phone from Felicity.

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