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    Winwin2011 is offline Senior Member
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    Default see you (on) Saturday

    My child asked me, "I heard some people say "See you on Saturday or See you Saturday" . Why some people omit the "on"?." I think they are both fine. Could anybody explain it to me,please?

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    Default Re: see you (on) Saturday

    Quote Originally Posted by Winwin2011 View Post
    My child asked me, "I heard some people say 'See you on Saturday' or 'See you Saturday'. Why do some people omit the 'on'?" I think they are both fine. Could anybody explain it to me, please?
    Please see my amendments to your punctuation, Winwin.

    You are right: we can choose either version.

    Rover

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