Prepositions of Time: at … inSunday, February 10, 2019 by Eva Easton14 CommentsLet’s practice using prepositions of time: at … in.And now it’s your turn.Here’s your pronunciation quiz.1. It's dawn. The alarm clock is going to ring _______ 15 minutes.atin2. They wake up ________ 5 am.atin3. They get up early ________ the morning.atin4. What time do you get up ________ the morning? Are you an early bird?atin5. They have breakfast right after they get up ________ the morning.atin6. They leave for work ________ 8.atin7. Their daily commute is not long. They arrive at work _____ just 20 minutes.atin8. They work all morning and then ________ noon, it's time to go to lunch.atin9. _____ lunchtime, they go to the company cafeteria and chat with friends.atin10. They're busy all afternoon with meetings. ________ 5:00, it's time to go home.atin11. After they get home, the whole family has dinner together _____ 6 or so.atin12. No cell phones are allowed ________ mealtime.atin13. After dinner ________ the evening, they read or play computer games. The house is quiet.atin14. They go to bed and are asleep ________ just a few minutes.atin15. When is your bedtime? What time do you go to bed ________ night?atin16. Are you a night owl? Do you ever go to bed _____ midnight...or even later?atin17. ________ night, while everyone is sleeping, it's quiet in the house.atin18. There is a wall clock in their living room, and ________ midnight, it rings twelve times. But nobody hears it because they're sound asleep.atin19. The birds are already waking up. You can hear them chirping. The alarm clock is going to ring ________ half an hour.atin20. It's dawn...early ________ the morning...almost time to get up. Good morning.atin Time is Up!Tell your friends. Share this lesson.