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Hi all,

Which one is grammatically correct? How are these different in use?

1) The meeting is being held on coming Monday?

2) The meeting is being held on upcoming Monday?

Thanks in advance,
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They should read:
1) The meeting is being held on the/this coming Monday.

2) The meeting is being held on the/this upcoming Monday.

Upcoming warns readers that the event is near. Here, Monday is already obviously near, so #1 is right and #2 is overkill. Otjherwise, there is no difference in meaning.
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That is not natural.

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Upcoming is wrong. It refers to "Something which is about to take place." Monday is not about to taking place.

Correct sentence using upcoming: "The upcoming meeting is about Brexit and its impact."

"The upcoming conference's agenda is to revive agriculture in Britain."

Hope this helps!

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