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    FROM VS SINCE

    Dear teachers,

    Is there a difference between : I bought a car and since that day I have not taken the train AND I bought a car and from that day on I have not taken the train ?

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    Re: FROM VS SINCE

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    Dear teachers,

    Is there a difference between : I bought a car and since that day I have not taken the train AND I bought a car and from that day on I have not taken the train ?
    No.

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    Re: FROM VS SINCE

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    No.
    So the preposition FROM can be used as SINCE?

    When should I use "since that day" and when "from that day on"?
    Last edited by allthewayanime; 13-Sep-2011 at 22:03.

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