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  1. B45
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    Talking about preparing orders and prepping packages. Can I say this: I have an ea

    Talking about preparing orders and prepping packages. Can I say this:


    I have an easy job but sometimes I have to work overtime depending on how many orders we have for/on that particular day.

    Are both prepositions okay here?

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    Re: Talking about preparing orders and prepping packages. Can I say this: I have a

    Yes, but I find "on" more natural.

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