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    in the morning

    What time do you usually get up everyday ?
    Do we need to put a word "in the morning" in to the sentence or we can omit it ?

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    Re: in the morning

    You can (and probably should, as some people get up in the afternoon). What you can't omit is the space between 'every' and 'day'. ('Everyday' is an adjective.)

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    Re: in the morning

    Quote Originally Posted by Suthipong View Post
    What time do you usually get up everyday ?
    Do we need to put a word "in the morning" in to the sentence or we can omit it ?
    Hi,

    Yes, you should include it. As you know, there are people who do not get up in the morning, like those who work on night shifts, for example.

    But then you could also include "in the morning" in the question; it would be understood that your answer refers to the morning, not to any other time of the day.

    Hope it helps.

    Greetings

    Charliedeut

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