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    Thursday evening / nights


    I'm wondering if I can use the word 'evening' in the sentence below.

    -Would you like to go somewhere tomorrow night?
    - I can't. I always do yoga on Thursady evening.

    Students can choose between 'evening' and 'nights', and the key gives the latter as the correct anwer.
    A couple of days ago I asked about time expressions in one of the threads here; I was told I could use either pattern (e.g. in the evening/in the evenings) to talk about evenings in general.
    Does that mean the exercise allows two possible answers?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Thursday evening / nights

    Thursday evening.
    Thursday night.
    Thursday evenings.
    Thursday nights.
    All four are interchangeable in your context.

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