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    #1

    a morning meeting.

    Do you feel any difference between them?

    I have to attend a morning meeting.

    In the morning, I have to attend a meeting.

    I think we can use either one for the same meaning in the same situation. What do you native English speakers think?

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    #2

    Re: a morning meeting.

    The meaning is exactly the same with both sentences, however the second sounds more natural.






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    Re: a morning meeting.

    Thank you, and you will be a good teacher.

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    #4

    Re: a morning meeting.

    Quote Originally Posted by sky3120 View Post
    Do you feel any difference between them?

    I have to attend a morning meeting. I don't know on what day it will take place.

    In the morning, I have to attend a meeting. I have to attend a meeting tomorrow morning.
    Rover

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    #5

    Re: a morning meeting.

    If I say the first right before I go to bed, could it mean the meeting tomorrow morning?

    How about Tomorrow I have to attend a morning meeting ?

    Can they be the same meaning between them?


    Mr. Rover,

    I have to attend a meeting tomorrow morning.


    "Tomorrow morning" can modify either "a meeting" or "attend" in the sentence and meanings of them are the same? I can't wait to hear from you. Please give me your reply again.
    Last edited by sky3120; 17-Sep-2012 at 13:03.

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