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    #1

    since (the) morning

    Please could you tell me whether I can use

    I have been working since the morning.
    or
    I have been working since morning.

    or either of them without any difference?

    Thank you.


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    #2

    Re: since (the) morning

    Both are usable. Including "the" emphasises "morning".

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