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    #1

    that day/on that day

    Hi,

    1.What are the differences between that day and on that day?

    2.Would you please give me some examples?

    Thank you very much.

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    #2

    Re: that day/on that day

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    They are often synonymous: We are moving to Kobe (on) that day.

    Only that day can operate as a subject or object: I circled that day on my calendar. That day will always remind me of you.
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