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Thread: On in

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    On in

    "But from here on in,son, I hope you will behave yourself."
    What is meant by 'in' after 'on'?
    Isn't it enough to say "from here on"?

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    Re: On in

    Yes...or from now on.

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    Re: On in

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Yes...or from now on.

    Rover
    But what about the above sentence which is from Langston Hughes's story "Thank you Ma'm"?

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