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    Do you want to go to a movie (on) Sunday night?

    Asako said, "Do you want to go to a movie Sunday night?" (Azar's grammar book)
    →I think we should add "on" before Sunday night? Am I right? Or is it OK to just say "Sunday night" without "on"?

    Let's go out on Saturday night. (Oxford Dictionary)
    →Can I omit "on"?

    I'm working late tomorrow night. (Oxford Dictionary)
    →Can I add "on" before "tomorrow night"?


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    Re: Do you want to go to a movie (on) Sunday night?

    "On" is optional in 1 and 2. You can't insert "on" before "tomorrow".
    I am not a teacher.

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