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    #1

    call me tonight/call me in the evening

    Hi again,
    1. Call me tonight!
    2. Call me in the evening!

    Any difference between these two sentences?
    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: call me tonight/call me in the evening

    1 means 'Call me this evening'.

    2 means 'If you call me, make it in the evening – not some other time of day'.

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