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    #1

    Post later/later on

    I have confusion of using later/later on. I am not sure when to say later and later on. Is there any differenence between these two ?

    Is the following sentence ok?

    Please check with us later on.

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    Re: later/later on

    Hi, there, i'm not a teacher. according to The Columbia Guide to Standard American English. 1993.These are Standard synonyms: For example, She’s coming later [later on] this evening. Later on may have a slightly more expansive tone than later, but that’s hard to prove.

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