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    #1

    on the same day/ the same day.

    Your exam has fallen on the same day/ the same day I am leaving for London.


    which one is grammatically correct?

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    Re: on the same day/ the same day.

    Quote Originally Posted by sdpegasus View Post
    Your exam has fallen on the same day/ the same day I am leaving for London.


    which one is grammatically correct?
    The first is grammatical, but "same" is not needed.

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