Is this a correct usage of upon ? Please update this document upon deprecation of the current policy.
Can a sentence begin with upon? Or should it be changed to on? For example: Upon a decrease in temperature... [Is this grammatical?] On a decrease in temperature... [What about this?]
Should I use on or upon in the following sentence? I remembered the story years later when I investigated the incident it was based on.
Today, I am writing technical documentation that instructs the user how to install software to a server. I encountered the following sentence and am unsure which is correct: When installing to a ...
Which preposition are we supposed to use - on or upon. i.e. "On/upon closing the door, set the alarm on."
When defining a date, should I use on, upon or when, or can I leave these words out? For example, can I say: The date the company allots the securities is known as the Despatch Date. or should ...
Which sentence is correct? my project is dependent upon your project completing my project is dependent on your project completing.
I always have a hard time with the use of on and upon. I have looked at the general comments made in this question, but have the following specific use case in mind that does not seem covered to me: ...