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    #1

    In/On/At

    Is this sentence ok?

    Which day will the exam take place on?

    Is on needed? Or should I use other preposition?

    Thanks =)

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    Re: In/On/At

    Welcome to the forum, Marcos Nathan.

    It's more natural to say 'What day will the exam take place on?' or, more formally, 'On what day will the exam take place?'

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    Re: In/On/At

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Welcome to the forum, Marcos Nathan.

    It's more natural to say 'What day will the exam take place on?' or, more formally, 'On what day will the exam take place?'
    Thanks man!

    How do I close a post now?

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    Re: In/On/At

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcos Nathan View Post
    Thanks man!

    How do I close a post now?
    You don't.

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    #5

    Re: In/On/At

    You leave it in place for the benefit of other students.

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