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Question in/on/at Friday meeting?


I have a question about prepositions and I would appreciate it if someone could help me.

It is correct to say: in the morning, on Friday and on Friday morning. So, in and on are prepositions of time here.

But, when instead of morning I need to use meeting, will I then be speaking about time or about place? And which preposition is correct in this phrase? Frankly speaking, I googled the phrase and found all possible variants - with in, on, at and during.

Thank you
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