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    What is the difference between "on sunday" and "by sunday"

    Hi,

    Would like to clarify my doubt about the usage of the following:

    When to use "on sunday" and "by sunday"?

    Thanks.

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    Re: What is the difference between "on sunday" and "by sunday"

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    Hi,

    Would like to clarify my doubt about the usage of the following:

    When to use "on sunday" and "by sunday"?

    Thanks.
    'On Sunday' means it will specifically happen on Sunday.

    'By Sunday' means it will happen sometime before Sunday.

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