People are often confused about using prepositions before the word “**Friday**“. They sometimes use “**On**” and sometimes use “**In**“. This is because they don’t know the correct usage. Let us see the difference.

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On Friday or In Friday – Which one is Correct?

**“On Friday” is correct usage whereas “In Friday” is incorrect usage. This is because the preposition “on” is used with days of the week. Since Friday is a day of the week. Hence we use the preposition “On” before Friday.**

Hence we can use phrases *on Friday morning, on Friday evening, on Friday afternoon,* etc.

The examples are as follows.

- I will see you on Friday. (
)*Correct* - I will see you in Friday. (
)*Incorrect*

- I will meet Sana on Friday at 2 pm. (
)*Correct* - I will meet Sana in Friday at 2 pm. (
)*Incorrect*

## On Friday afternoon or In Friday afternoon?

- I am available on Friday afternoon. (
)*Correct* - I am available in Friday afternoon. (
)*Incorrect*

## On Friday morning or In Friday morning?

- Are you traveling on Friday morning? (
)*Correct* - Are you traveling on Friday morning? (
)*Incorrect* - I’ll see you on friday morning. (
)*Correct* - I’ll see you in friday morning. (
)*Incorrect*

## On Friday evening or In Friday evening?

- I usually play table tennis on Friday evening. (
)*Correct* - I usually play table tennis in Friday evening. (
)*Incorrect*