- Para hablar de horas o momentos exactos:
I usually get up at eight o´clock
I´ll meet you at 12:30
Phone me at lunch time
- En las expresiones at night y at what time (aunque en este último caso se puede omitir at).
We´ll meet at night
At what time does your train leave?
What time does your train leave?
- Para hablar de fines de semana y festivos:
Are you going away at Easter?
What did you do at the weekend?
- Para hablar de partes del día:
I work best in the morning
Three o´clock in the afternoon
We usually go out in the evening
- Para hablar de periodos superiores a un día:
It happened in the week after Christmas
I was born in April
Avila is beautiful in spring
He died in 1616
Our house was built in the 15th Century
- Para hablar de días:
I´ll phone you on Tuesday
My birthday is on March 21st
They are having a party on Christmas day
We usually go to see our grandparents on Sundays