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    ratóncolorao is offline Member
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    (All) Along the day.

    Hello,

    I would like to know if the expression "(all) along the day" is widely used among native English speakers in everyday language.

    E.g.- "Thanks to its location and orientation to the South, you can enjoy an amazing view all along the day."

    Thank you for your help.

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    Re: (All) Along the day.

    As an NES but not a teacher, I would have personally said "throughout the day".
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    Re: (All) Along the day.

    Where did you hear/see 'all along the day'? It's not standard English.

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    Re: (All) Along the day.

    You might hear "all day long" from a native speaker.

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