Discussion in 'Spanish-English Grammar / Gramática Español-Inglés' started by Donpayin, Aug 1, 2006.
On the weekend OR at the weekend?
Which one is correct?
Thanks in advance!
on the weekend
over the weekend
for the weekend
during the weekend
Never "at" the weekend.
U.S. English - on the weekend
British English - at the weekend
I've always used at the weekend but a lot of younger people here use on the weekend: US influence, I assume.
Sorry for the never word. My error in making such an assumption.
Does "at the weekend" mean one particular weekend? Or is it the same as "at weekends", which means every weekend?
It can be either, depending on the context.
Separate names with a comma.