When do you use on time and when in time ? Difference between in time and on time

5 Answers

1vote

on time - punctual

in time - soon enough

1vote

OK, for example if you have a date with someone in the park and you arrived before the specific time for a while you say "I arrived on time" .. otherwise you have just arrived in your specific time you say "just in time" .. got it ??

1vote

ahenus 11280

from: English Grammar in Use by Raymond Murphy,Cambridge University Press, 2007

0vote

I can only think of "in time" ever being used with the phrase "just in time." Otherwise, "on time" is almost always used.

0vote

On time means punctual.

Your answer

Privacy: Your email address will only be used for sending these notifications.
To avoid this verification in future, please log in or register.
...

LanguageLearningBase.com (short: llb.re) is an online community for learning foreign languages.
It represents an open knowledge base. Every member can share and gain knowledge about a new language.