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    on Sunday or on Sundays?

    Can someone tell me which of the following sentences is correct?
    1: John usually goes hiking on Sunday.
    2: John usually goes hiking on Sundays.
    If both sentences are correct, is there any difference in meaning between the two sentences?
    Thank you in advance.
    Jessica

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    Re: on Sunday or on Sundays?

    They're both OK, and there's no difference in meaning - except that habitude is implied by the s of 'Sundays', so sticklers for brevity [people who prefer people to use short expressions] may prefer 'John goes hiking on Sundays.'

    b

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