Student or Learner
I read in a book this sentence:
"... have a quiet night in"
Could I not write this sentence without "in"?
Is there a difference between night and "night in"?
Thanks again for your help!
CAUTION: NOT A TEACHER
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In the United States, some people might say:
Mother: It's 7 a.m. Why are you still in bed?
Son: I have decided to sleep in this morning. ( = I have decided to sleep a little
longer than usual.)
Having a night in can also mean private alone time, desire to not be disturbed.
Are you going to the party tonight?
No, I'm having a night in with my husband.
All the kids are going to the show. Are your kids coming?
No, they are overtired from the day. We're having a night in tonight.
It was clear for me the difference... when to use one or other.
Thanks guys for all answers!