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    what date

    Sentence :What date are you planning to leave for London?

    Question : what or which should be used to refer a date

    please help me out . Your help highly appreciated

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    Re: what date

    Quote Originally Posted by Keralite View Post
    Sentence :What date are you planning to leave for London?

    Question : What or which should be used to refer a date. Which should I use here?

    Please help me out. Your help highly appreciated.
    When it's an open question, then what is correct:

    I hear you're going to London. What date are you planning to leave?

    When it's a choice of a limited number of dates, then which is correct:

    I hear you're visiting foreign capitals on May 1, July 4, and July 14. Which date are you planning to leave for London?

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