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    Question At vs. On the last day

    I am coming across the following two forms again and again:

    at the next day (e.g. we went ...) vs. on the next day (e.g. we went ...)
    at the last day vs. on the last day

    Getting confused! Appreciate clarification. Both forms acceptable?
    Thanks for your help!

    Thomas

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    Re: At vs. On the last day

    Only on is acceptable to me.

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    Re: At vs. On the last day

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Müller View Post
    I am coming across the following two forms again and again:

    at the next day (e.g. we went ...) vs. on the next day (e.g. we went ...)
    at the last day vs. on the last day

    Getting confused! Appreciate clarification. Both forms acceptable?
    Thanks for your help!

    Thomas
    Where have you seen "at the next day" and "at the last day"? I agree with fivejedjon, only "on" is acceptable.


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    Re: At vs. On the last day

    Thanks a lot! Coming across "at the last day" over and over again made me unsure.

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