@ I Have Some English Questions for You. 質問があります

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Jan 16, 2015 08:00
I've decided to study English from the ABCs for some reason. And, I wake up at 5:30 every morning and focus on grammar for 30 minutes everyday.

Today, I've found some questions from a grammar book published by Cambridge.

1. "I usually go away at weekends."

Is it possible to say "on weekends"? I have been saying "on weekends" up until now.

2. "Some verbs (for example, know and like) are not action verbs. You cannot say, 'I'm knowing' or 'they are liking'; you can only say, 'I know', 'they like'."

I think I've heard "I'm liking apples" or something like that somewhere. Don't you use "liking" at all?

3. "Your interview is scheduled for Monday, January 19th, at 10 a.m." This sentence is from a mail magazine, not the grammar book.

Can I say, "Your interview is scheduled on Monday, January 19th, at 10 a.m"?
I thought that I should use "on" when I refer to a particular date.

If you could answer even one of these questions, I would greatly appreciate it!