Differences Between “On time” and “In time”

Differences Between “On time” and “In time”

on time; at the planned time, neither early nor late

in time; with time to spare, before something happens

uses of on time and in time

 

  • Buses In Ireland rarely arrive on time – they’re always late.
    If my flight leaves on time I’ll get to Budapest at around 16:00.
    Were you on time for work today or were you late again?
  • I ran fast and got to the station Just in time to take the last bus.
    if we leave now we should get there in time for the start of the film.
    Hi Marla, you’re just In time for dinner. I hope you’ve got an appetite.

 

 

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  1. By mohamed mehran