10 Oct '11, 2pm

What is "dateline", what is "deadline"

Is there a difference between these two words? QUESTION Is there any difference between “date line” and “dead line”? Are these words interchangeable? ANSWER “Dateline ” refers to a line in a newspaper article that gives the date and the place of origin. “Deadline “, however, refers to the date or time a task needs to be completed. Given the different meanings, we should not use these words interchangeably. Source: Edited from the english[email protected] e-newsletter by 938LIVE. Subscribe to the [email protected] newsletter.

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