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    optimistic pessimist is offline Member
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    last morning/ yesterday night

    Dear all,

    Do you say "last morning" to refer to "yesterday morning"?

    Also, do you say "yesterday night" to mean "last night"?

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    Re: last morning/ yesterday night

    No. Say "last night" or "yesterday morning."

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    Re: last morning/ yesterday night

    I have heard 'last evening' from native speakers, but 'yesterday evening' is far more common.

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