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    "since that day" vs "from that day on"

    Dear teachers,

    When should I use "since that day" and when "from that day on"?

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    Re: "since that day" vs "from that day on"

    - I've been living in London since the day I fell in love with my wife.
    - From that day on, I stopped smoking.

    I hope this can help.

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    Re: "since that day" vs "from that day on"

    You have already posted this question in another thread. Please do not duplicate questions.

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