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    "At night" or "in night"

    I go to bed at ten at the night. or
    I go to bed at ten in the night. According to grammar I know "at night" and "at noon" but here Is it possible or not?
    Thank you.

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    Re: "At night" or "in night"

    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    I go to bed at ten at the night. or
    I go to bed at ten in the night. According to grammar I know "at night" and "at noon" but here Is it possible or not?
    Thank you.
    "ten at night"

    "ten in the night" is incorrect

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