(This is a list of important expressions in which we do not use prepositions, or can leave them out.)
- We must discuss your plans. She married a friend of her sister’s.
He’s clever, but he lacks experience.
- See you next Monday The meeting’s this Thursday.
Come any day you like. The party lasted all night.
Note also tomorrow morning, yesterday afternoon, etc.
(NOT on tomorrow morning etc).
- Why don’t you come round (on) Monday evening?
- What time does Granny’s train arrive?
- What colour are her eyes?
He’s just the right height to be a policeman.
She’s the same age as me.
You’re a very nice shape.
I’m the same weight as I was twenty years ago.
What shoe size are you?
- They plant corn the same way their ancestors used to, 500 years ago.
- I’m going home.
In American English, at can be left out before home.
Is anybody home ?