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● On time = punctual ⏰
- Class starts at 2.30am. Please be on time (punctual) because I like to start "on the dot" (=exactly at 2.30am) 
- We have to be on time for the interview! 

● In time = not too late/with little time to spare 👌
- We were running and jumped onto the train as it began moving. We were just in time. Thank God! 
- I needed to buy some grechka but it was almost 11pm. I ran to the nearest shop before closing time. Thankfully I made it in time and could, therefore, feast on grechka boiled in water that night. 

‼ PHRASE: just in the nick of time ‼
- We were running and jumped onto the train as it began moving. We were just in the nick of time. (more natural) 

‼ In time can also mean "eventually/some day ‼
- Don't worry my son. You will understand women in time. Not now but later.

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