Upon and apon are prepositions which are used in a similar manner but at different eras of the english language upon is used as a preposition it is used . As a verb apon is as a preposition upon is being above and in contact with another as an adverb upon is. First of all excuse me if this kinds of questions have been asked by somebody else yet im confused with the difference between preposition on and. On and upon are prepositions that convey same meaning and can be used interchangeably however upon makes a sentence look more formal than on more to this there
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