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    #1

    Smile Joining on/joining from

    Hi,
    Which of the following two sentences is most appropriate?
    1.The candidate would be joining us from Saturday.
    2.The candidate would be joining us on saturday.
    Thanks a lot!!!
    Athikh

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    Re: Joining on/joining from

    '...from Saturday' -- from that day onwards....
    '...on Saturday' -- which can mean only on Saturday...
    Last edited by Fazzu; 03-Jul-2006 at 08:38.


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    Re: Joining on/joining from

    Thanks Faz...

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