Prepositions for ‘TIME’

in I will leave in the morning.
on The interview is on Monday.
at The client is coming at 3 PM.
by I have to reach there by 5.
before Let’s do this before they come.
after His presentation is after Amish’s.
during I met a lot of my old friends during this break.
between There are no meetings scheduled between 11 AM to 3 PM.
within We have to completed this within the next three hours.
from The conference is scheduled to take place from Monday to Wednesday.
till This event will continue till the evening.
for My team has been waiting here for an hour.
since I have been waiting here since 9 AM.
in the middle of
Let’s not disturb him in the middle of an important meeting.