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Grammar help - "on" and "upon."


I want to say this sentence with proper grammar - can you please guide me? "I don't judge people based upon race, creed, color or gender. I judge them based upon spelling, grammar, sentence structure and punctuation." What proposition should I use and when? "on" or "upon".

 

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Best Answer John Hansen (Jodah) says

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    Kelly A Burnett (Easy Exercise) 2 years ago

    Hi John,

    I struggle with grammar and writing in general. I love to communicate, but the details of grammar and punctuation often stump me.

    Enjoyed your answer - simply and straight forward and deferring to the experts.

    Thank you!


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Tim Mitchell (tsmog) says

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    Kelly A Burnett (Easy Exercise) 2 years ago

    Hi Tim,

    Wowza! What a fantastic answer complete with a diagram to direct the author to be focused TO the reader.

    I especially like your "context within the content".

    Thank you very much!

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    Kelly A Burnett (Easy Exercise) 2 years ago

    Hi Bruce,

    Great answer with a fun example. Thank you!

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    Kelly A Burnett (Easy Exercise) 2 years ago

    Hi Catherine,

    It is interesting how we sometimes prefer more formality. I didn't see this question as one of formality until I read the answers. I can clearly see how that one word could be more formal.

    I am with you on the traditional.

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    Kelly A Burnett (Easy Exercise) 2 years ago

    Hi GirlPower,

    Thank you for sharing. You go girl!

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    Kelly A Burnett (Easy Exercise) 2 years ago

    Hi Olmosley,

    Thank you for contributing.

    Greatly appreciate it.

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    Kelly A Burnett (Easy Exercise) 2 years ago

    Hi Christos,

    Thank you so much for sharing. And thank for the good luck - always need luck!

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    Kelly A Burnett (Easy Exercise) 2 years ago

    Hi Peachy,

    Thank you so much for sharing!

    And I love your moniker! Fun!