I read this in a text book:
My test is on 22th of June.
I saw this in a YouTube tutorial:
My test is at 22th of June.
Which sentence uses the right preposition?
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A variation of your first sentence:
My test is on the 22nd of June.
Although you may write on June 22, 2013, in a conversation I would say on the 22nd of June - notice the the and the nd ending of the 22nd. Alternatively you can say on June 22nd.
More here In, At, On + Time or Date
- in + month or year - in March, in 2013
- on + date (with the year or without it) or day of the week - on April 2, on March 3, 2014, on Saturday
- at + clock time, midnight, noon - at 3:30 p.m., at 4:01, at noon
- in + season - in the summer, in the winter
- in + morning, afternoon, evening - in the morning, in the evening
- at + night - at night