"At" or "On date" in the English grammar

At or On date

Have you ever wanted to talk about an appointment but were not sure hw to address it? In this lesson, we will learn if it is at or on a date.

"At" or "On date" in the English grammar

Which One Should Be Used?

'On date' is correct and can be used to refer to the presence on an appointment. 'At date' is incorrect and its usage must be avoided.

On date

'On date' is commonly heard and used to talk about planned appointments. These appointments can be social or romantic. Note that 'on' is usually followed by an article. Have a look:

I am going on a date.

He is currently on a date with the boss.

At date

'At date' is incorrect and cannot be used to talk about social or romantic appointments.

I am going at a date.

He is currently at a date with the boss.

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