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Ask a Question. Which sentences are correct?
I was busy yesterday afternoon. Hi, All these are OK.Pottsville PA Bi Horney Housewifes
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The second strikes me and others, I'm sure as somewhat unidiomatic. In the case of "today", the second phrasing is not at all idiomatic.
A co-worker of mine, not a native speaker, used to drive me crazy with such comments as "Today in the morning I got a call from the engineering department".
Another, from another country, insisted on "Today morning", which was even worse!
I don't know why, but "yesterday morning, this afternoon, tomorrow morning, this morning", etc. It's a puzzle!
We supply a list tomorfow EFL job vacancies. Hi, I wouldn't consider 'I'll be busy tomorrow in the morning' to be unidiomatic, although 'tomorrow morning' is much more common, as I said.
ofr Best wishes, Clive. Site Hint: Check out our list of pronunciation videos. I've noticed that such speakers do not even have tomorrow morning in their vocabulary.
They never use it. I will be busy tomorrow afternoon.
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Past Tense But Tomorrow?