- I bought it the day it was released.
- I bought it on the day it was released.
Which one is correct grammatically?
They are both OK.
- I will seek from my doctor’s advice.
- I will seek my doctor’s advice.
Are these sentences OK?
Do they mean the same?
Only the second is correct.
“I will seek advice from my doctor” is also correct.
Alifathima, I think number 2 is good and as well clearer and a standard english.
1, should be ‘I will seek advice from my doctor.’
2. is okay.