Put in at, on or in.
The price of electricity is going up *** October.
Mozart was born in Salzburg in 1756.
I haven’t seen Kate for a few days. I last saw her on Tuesday.
The price of electricity is going up in October.
I’ve been invited to a wedding on 14 February.
Hurry up! We’ve got to go in five minutes.
I’m busy just now but I’ll be with you in a moment.
Jenny’s brother is an engineer but he’s out of work at the moment.
There are usually a lot of parties on New Year’s Eve.
I hope the weather will be nice at the weekend.
on Saturday night I went to bed at 11 o’clock.
I don’t like travelling at night.
We travelled overnight to Paris and arrived at 5 o’clock in the morning.
The course begins on 7 January and ends sometime in April.
It was quite a short book and easy to read. I read it in a day.
I might not be at home on Tuesday morning but I’ll probably be there in the afternoon.
My car is being repaired at the garage. It will be ready in two hours.
The telephone and the doorbell rang at the same time.
Mary and Henry always go out for a meal on their wedding anniversary.
Henry is 63. He’ll be retiring from his job in two years’ time.