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  1. shakthy
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    Post ON monday;By monday

    what is the difference between 'on monday' and 'by monday'??
    1.you'll get your notebook by monday
    2.you'll get your notebook on monday
    which one is correct

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    Re: ON monday;By monday

    Quote Originally Posted by shakthy View Post
    what is the difference between 'on monday' and 'by monday'??
    1.you'll get your notebook by Monday. means not later than Monday
    2.you'll get your notebook on Monday. means only on Monday, not before or after Monday
    which one is correct
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