# in/on/at

#### allen1984

##### Senior Member
later that night, I was watching moive

How to say "later that month". In/on later May, One room will be available to let in that house.

I am not sure which one is correct, when month being mentioned. in my opnion, I think later that month refers to 20th/or even later that day that month.

So how to say 15th in that month, it is like the middle of that month.
in the middle of May, One room will be available to let in that house.

The 1st/2nd/3rd/4th that month, it is like the beginning/first of that month
at the beginning of May,One room will be available to let in that house.

(in/on later may, in the middel of may, at the beginning of may) are they correct?
thanks a lot sorry for the length

• later that night, I was watching moive

How to say "later that month". In/on later May, One room will be available to let in that house.

I am not sure which one is correct, when month being mention. in my opnion, I think later that month refers to 20th/or even later that day that month.

So how to say 15th in that month, it is like the middle of that month.
in the middle of May, One room will be available to let in that house.

The 1st/2nd/3rd/4th that month, it is like the beginning/first of that month
at the beginning of May,One room will be available to let in that house.

(in/on later may, in the middel of may, at the beginning of may) are they correct?
thanks a lot sorry for the length

In the latter part of May, one room will be available to let in that house.

Later that night, I was watching a movie.

How do you say "later that month"? In/on later May, one room will be available to let in that house.

That house will have a room available for rent, later in May.

I am not sure which one is correct, when month being mention (I don't understand what you mean). In my opinion, I think later that month refers to 20th/or even later that day that month.

No, "later that month" simply means sometime later than the day you're referring to.

So how to say 15th in that month, that's the middle of that month.
In the middle of May, one room will be available to let - in that house.

Or, "The house will have a vacancy starting May 15th."

The 1st/2nd/3rd/4th that month, meaning the beginning of that month

Starting May 1st/2nd
, one room will be available to let - in that house.

I'm really not sure I covered everything, hope this helps though.