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Upon(or on) reaching the spot I realized that I landed in the wrong place.

Upon(or on) reaching home I immediately rushed to the kitchen to see what meal my mom has prepared to eat.

When the I was called to get the park, I immediately took my car and drove to the park. Upon(on) reaching the park I saw a large group of people waiting for me with cute gifts in their hands to wish me happy birthday.

Do you I need to use Upon or On? please help me.
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Wonder123Do you I need to use Upon or On?
Both are fine. 'Upon' is dated.
Ok thanks.
Mister Micawber 'Upon' is dated.
What does it mean?
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How about making an effort yourself and using your dictionary before you ask mindlessly?
You mean Upon is more commonly used?
Wonder123You mean Upon is more commonly used?
What does 'dated' mean? Did you look it up as I suggested?
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Yeah it mean out of date, I'm I right?
Wonder123Yeah it mean out of date, I'm I right?
Yes, right. It is fine, but not many people say 'upon' any more except in a few fixed phrases like 'once upon a time'.
Ok thanks, according to you on is always the right choice and it sounds better than upon?
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