WHat is the difference between the 'at ' in prepositions of time and preposition of Prepositions of Place, Position or Location?
The use of ''At'' in Prepositions of Time-
'At' is used to designate specific times, for example: 'at 3. p.m.', 'at noon', 'at bedtime', 'at sunset'. It is used in some other expressions also such as 'at the moment', 'at night', 'at present' etc.
The use of 'At' in Prepositions of Place-
"At" is used for specific addresses, for example: 'at the corner', 'at the bus stop', 'at the door', 'at the entrance', 'at the front desk'. It is also used in some other expressions such as 'at home', 'at school', 'at work', 'at the side' etc.