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    This morning/ today morning

    Hi,

    If I am writing the following sentence in the evening, would 'today morning' be more appropriate than 'this morning'?

    I am running a fever since this morning.

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    Re: This morning/ today morning

    Say:
    I have been running a fever since this morning.



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    Re: This morning/ today morning

    What if we remove 'this'?
    I've been running a fever since morning.

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    Re: This morning/ today morning

    Quote Originally Posted by Clark View Post
    What if we remove 'this'?
    I've been running a fever since morning.
    That's good too.




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