字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Are you often wondering about the correct preposition in a time expression? Are you uncertain whether you should say at Monday or on Monday, or for two years or since two years? Then join me in this lesson for a review of prepositions in time expression. Hello and welcome everyone, this is Minoo at Anglo-Link. Today we're going to review prepositions in time expressions. I'm sure you know by now that the key to learning the correct preposition is oral repetition. So, in this lesson I'm going to give you a few quick tips and then take you straight into an active exercise to jog your memory about prepositions of time. You must repeat the exercise several times until you get the preposition right each time. By the end of your practice, you will have built the necessary reflexes to use these prepositions correctly every time. so, when you're ready let's begin!