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Could you explain to me the difference between these variants? Could there be more of them? What is a good guide (not a note-ish article) to use the correct prepositions with nouns of time?

Thank you for your time.

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  • "Homework til Monday" means it's going to be a looooong weekend. – Hot Licks Mar 29 '18 at 21:32
  • Please provide full sentences for your examples. – Lawrence Mar 30 '18 at 0:25
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till Monday means that you expect to be working on the homework every day from now until Monday.

on Monday means you'll be working on the homework on Monday, it doesn't say anything about other days.

for Monday means that the homework is due on Monday, but doesn't specify when you'll work on it.

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