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    Ontime

    Hi,

    Can I say 'I'll be there at on time". Here I didn't mention any timings.

    Can I USe 'ontime' here? .

    Please advice.Thanks in advance
    Last edited by kabilesh; 29-Mar-2012 at 05:51. Reason: Rephrase

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    #2

    Re: Ontime

    Can I say 'I'll be there at on time". Here I didn't mention any timings.
    Can I use 'ontime' here? .


    The correct English is: "I'll be there on time".

    A typical conversation might be:
    "Do you realize that we start work at 8:30 in the morning?"
    "Yes, and I promise that I'll be there on time".

    .. "ontime" is not a word as such, although I have seen it used as the name of a company or service.
    For example: "Call us at Ontime Courier Service, always fast & reliable".

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    Re: Ontime

    Thank you for your valuable comments.

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