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    • Join Date: Mar 2010
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    on versus at

    Regarding use of prepositions:

    Do you say: On your next appointment... or At your next appointment...

    Thank you.


    • Join Date: Mar 2010
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    Re: on versus at

    "On versus at"

    Do you say: On your next appointment... or At your next apointment?

    Thanks

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    Re: on versus at

    You would use: "At your next appointment...".

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