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    Ok, now that I have heard a few "thoughts" on if this is correct grammar or not, can someone please tell me if in fact this is correct to spek or not?

    "I like to check my e-mails "of a morning" and then take a jog in the park.

    Key words in question on how one speks is: "of a morning" in this statement.

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    Re: Same question

    Sounds odd to my North American ears. Shouldn't it be?

    Ex: I like to check my e-mail(s) in the morning and then take a jog in the park.

    Note, e-mail can be count (a lot of e-mails) or non-count (a lot of e-mail).

    All the best.

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