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    difference in uses of upon and on

    i would like to know the uses of the proposition ,and different between on and upon

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    Re: difference in uses of upon and on

    There is no difference between them. e.g. both depend on or depend upon are correct and have the same meaning; upon might be considered more formal and archaic though.


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