I want to say we have the weekly meeting on monday morning Im not very clear with the preposition is it 1)on monday morning 2)at monday morning 3)any other

Thank you


When You want speak about date You have to use on.

I ski on Monday.

When You want speak about times You have to use at.

I wake up at 08:00AM.

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  • Note the phrase: "on the hour" which disobeys the rules. – AmI Jul 29 '16 at 19:37

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