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    #1

    Morning

    Which do you prefer?

    I usually work out in the morning.

    I usually work out in the mornings.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Morning

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Which do you prefer?

    I usually work out in the morning.

    I usually work out in the mornings.

    Thanks.
    Not a native speaker.

    But I sure say, "I usually work out in the morning"

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    Re: Morning

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Which do you prefer?

    I usually work out in the morning.

    I usually work out in the mornings.

    Thanks.
    I prefer "I usually work out in the morning." But you will also hear, "I usually work out mornings" (no preposition/no article).

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