About “From” and “on”
Hi, I am Kou from Japan.
I would like to ask a question about “from” and “on”
I often use “from” when I want to say something will be started such as
My school will be started “from” October.
But my colleague said you can use “on” instead of “from”.
She said if there is a period, you should use “from”. However, if there is no period, you should use “on” .
For example, our tax will be 10 percent from this October, and it will be no period. It will be continued. In this case, you can say “our tax will be 10 percent on this October.
That is what she said.
It seems make sense. But I couldn’t find any pages regarding this matter.
And some news said “from” and some said “on”.
I am confused right now.
If there is a rule using “from” and “on”, I would like to know!!