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    #1

    morning/s

    I am always cheerful in the morning.

    I am always cheerful in the mornings.

    Is there a difference in meaning? I believe the second sentence refers to every morning. Am I right?

    Many thanks.

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    #2

    Re: morning/s

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    As they stand, they both refer to every morning. It is a speaker's option, carrying the same meaning.

    The lion is a noble beast.
    Lions are noble beasts.

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    Re: morning/s

    Thanks, Micawber.

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