Days of The Week and Time Expressions
Days of the Week
Days of the week are capitalized.
I'm going to meet with the bell staff on Tuesday.
We're going to use the hotel's recreational facilities on Wednesday.
When speaking about an action that is repeated every week on a specific day use the day of the week followed by 's'.
Most employees here don't see management on Saturdays.
Most hotels don't have to worry about inventory control on Wednesdays.
British English: at the weekend OR at weekends (in general)
American English: on the weekend OR on weekends (in general)
The bell person will stay away from the hotel on the weekend.
Let's tour the parks on the weekend.
Times of the Day
These time expressions express things that happen during the day. The exception to this form is 'at night'.
in the morning
in the afternoon
in the evening
Even on special occasions I usually try to write fiction in the afternoon.
One weight reduction tip is to stop eating at night.
In / On time
'In time' expresses that something is done with sufficient time to meet a deadline.
We need to update our menu items in time for the winter holidays.
If you stop to enjoy natural places of beauty on this walk you'll still arrive in time for the lecture.
'On time' indicates an action that takes place at the correct, scheduled time.
Hotel operations that morning started on time.
We altered our nutrition practices on time to abide by the new law.