ON TIME vs. IN TIME – English Grammar Practice for TOEIC & LIFE

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Oh, prepositions! We love them and hate them, don’t we? I know that ON TIME and IN TIME are similar phrases, but changing the preposition does change the meaning. For today’s YouTube lesson, let’s look at how we can use ON TIME and IN TIME in everyday English. We’ll also look at the phrase “JUST IN TIME.”

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