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"When will you come" vs. "When are you coming"?
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Both are correct in meaning, although different in structure the definition remains the same, but to clarify in no.2 the present continuous as well as being used to talk about the things taking place ...

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When to use 'Upon' instead of 'on'?
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The preposition upon is by nature thought to be a more formal way of saying on. And though there don't seem to be any strict rules regarding it's usage yet in some contexts depending on the level of ...

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What is today's date vs What date is it today?
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Both denote the same thing in the sense that the ultimate thing asked for is the clarification for what is that day's date.

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