Let’s clean our class room in this Friday (or, on this Friday)?
Really you should just say, “this Friday”…no need for on nor in, but if you have to pick one, choose ON
Source(s): I’m very good at grammar
You do anything—cleaning, lazing, white-water rafting—ON a particular day. However, if you’re arranging for something to take place THIS Friday (or NEXT Friday, for that matter), you don’t need “on”, i.e. Let’s clean our classroom this Friday.
neiter. it will sound way better and be gramatically correct without neither preps
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