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.... apon confirming your booking, you will be .... or .....upon confirming your booking...

what is correct? what is the difference between apon and upon? I always thought apon means "once" and upon means "on top of, over and above)Can someone help me?

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Ah, welcome aboard, Dingman's Ferry! Well you are entitled to you opinion. However, I have found that teaching is more than just giving students the answer. Teach a man to fish and he will never go hungry.
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AnonymousHow does this reply fit in with the rules here on this board?"...We are happy to have you answer questions posted in our forums if you are polite ..."
My response was perfectly polite for a teacher.
that is very true
Mister.
This taught me.
To dig out dictionary.No! I could not find (apon) nevertheless I feel it does exist in other dictionarys.
Along the way I did find other stuff in my said book. Collins.Perhaps that is what you mean by fishing.Please continue.
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Very useful thread. I searched Google apon vs upon because I didn't want to seem like an ass misspelling.
More intriguing however, is this back and forth about internet politeness.
Does anyone else thinks things have gotten a bit of hand? It's interesting to me that having an opinion, something that differentiates us from mammals, is just that and yet, once we express an opinion, claws come out.
Think beyond the termite mound. We are human.
AnonymousDoes anyone else thinks things have gotten a bit of hand?
Look at when the posts first appeared. This happened a long time ago.
Ofcourse Apon exists! It's a my name

Y.s. Iwahn Apon
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