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    Usage of morning

    I went to a movie in the morning.
    I went to a movie this morning.


    Can someone please tell me what is the difference between the above two sentences?

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    Re: Usage of morning

    Quote Originally Posted by daemon99 View Post
    I went to a movie in the morning. This doesn't specify which morning.
    I went to a movie this morning.
    This states that you went this morning, today.

    Can someone please tell me what is the difference between the above two sentences?
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    Re: Usage of morning

    Thanks a lot, bhaisahab!

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