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    on Sunday

    - I’ll see you on Sunday.
    (a) Does it mean “next Sunday”
    (b) Does it mean “any Sunday”
    (c) Can it mean both (a) + (b) depending on a context

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    Re: on Sunday

    Quote Originally Posted by Kotfor View Post
    - I’ll see you on Sunday.
    (a) Does it mean “next Sunday”
    (b) Does it mean “any Sunday”
    (c) Can it mean both (a) + (b) depending on a context
    (a) Context.
    (b) Context
    (c) Context.

    Just in case the message didn't get through - the answer to this sort of question is normally 'Context'.

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