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    in the morning

    I want to talk about my summer schedule


    school from 7/3, 7/4, 7/5 will be only in the morning


    Now I want to make sentences

    Is 's' necessary? Is the expression "in the mornig" a set phrase which doesn't need to be pluralized?

    During 7/3, 7/4, 7/5, I will study in the mornings and go home in the afternoons

    During 7/3, 7/4, 7/5, I will study in the morning and go home in the afternoon


    Is time phrases usually not plural?


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    Re: in the morning

    I don't think the "s" is necessary.

    You are referring to the morning in general as a particular part of the day; there's no need to word it in a way which pays explicit reference to each particular morning (the plural version).

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