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    Default Question Sir or Mam

    Will you please tell me if this is correct grammer, or someone's thought of correct grammer?

    "I like to check my e-mail of a morning if i have no prior engagements."

    Key words being "of a morning" in place of "in the morning"

    Is this grammatically acceptable?

    Thank You,
    Joe V.

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: Question Sir or Mam

    It is, but the phrase may seem a bit old-fashioned to some people.

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