Prepositions of time one point in time: on, at, in extended time: since, for, by, from-to, from-until, during, with(in) We’ll be seeing them in _____ a week’s time. I’ll be staying in Madrid from to ____ July ____ August. I must finish painting within the kitchen ______ a month. They should be arriving on _____ Saturday. His son was born in ___1970. The play starts at ____ 8 o’clock. They’ve been shopping since _______ lunchtime. She’s been fishing for _____ two hours. The Christmas decorations were up from the beginning of ______ December until _____ the end of January. during She fell asleep ______ the film. What do you normally do _____ Sundays? on Are you going to the pub ____ noon? at We met some nice people ________ during our holiday. I usually do my housework ______ the mornings. in He should finish the plans within the week. ________ My grandfather lived _____ 1901 ____ from to 2003. We’ve had our car since last year. _____ She lived in Scotland for _____ twenty years. The students studied for during the their exam ________ holidays. The students sat their on exam _____ Monday. The exam lasted for ______ three hours. They should have the within the results _______ month. During _______ the exam a bird flew in the window.