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Spanish - Colombia
Hi, Forum.

I've got a doubt with this sentence:

She hits the gym every other day; she goes (on) Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

I'm not sure if it is correct without the preposition on, is it?
  • Mr.Dent

    Senior Member
    English - all over the USA
    It's better to put the preposition. However, in common colloquial speech, many people leave it out.
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