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    In the evening(s)

    Would you consider "In the evenings" as correct as "In the evening" for habitual actions? E.g. "In the evenings, I like watching TV."
    Both forms are widely used, even though "in the evening" seems to be a bit more common.

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    Re: In the evening(s)

    "In the evenings, I like watching TV."

    Yes, it is correct.

    Some would say:

    Most evenings, I like to watch TV.

    I often like to watch TV in the evening.

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