When should we use 'on' with 'depends'?
These sentences, for example, have both 'depends on' and only 'depends'. I'm confused, since them (in my opinion) have the same structure.
"He either resigned or was sacked, depending on who you talk to."
"There are absolutely rakes of holidays, but it would depend where you work."
" ‘Your job sounds fun.’ ‘It depends what you mean by ‘fun’.’ "
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