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    Default evening or late?

    Please correct my grammar. Should I say? "If it is not evening I would ask you to come in to my house, but it's late." Is it okay to say evening or should I use another word?

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    Default Re: evening or late?

    You can say, 'If it weren't so late, I would ask you to come into my house.'

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