which one is correct for this sentence?"on/at/in" the first day of my work I would like to do sth.
"On the first day of work, I would like to do something"
at = Place or Hour (Time)
on = Specific Day or Date
in = Non-specific date in Month or Year
what difference between ,,,, i was in time.... or i was on time
or........ i am on the bus.....or i am in the bus
On the first day of work, I would like to do something.
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"have had" and "had had". Where are using?
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German words to describe cheese
how is it correct, suspended by any reason or for any reason?
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