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English language 1 Is the word "morning" countable. Can i say: in the mornings 2 How to decipher "Let`s"
Feb 9, 2012 5:37 PM
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Let's wake up early and start going on runs in the mornings! You can say in the mornings, in the afternoons, and in the evenings. You should not say in the nights, instead you just say "At night." However Let's is really a contraction of the let and us. When used together it typically is the same as saying "we should." Example: "Let's leave, this party sucks." or "Let's find a new solution." "Let's go" is used in different contexts: If someone is slow, a person could say "Let' go buddy, I don't have all day. If you are watching a sporting event, you typically say "Let's go (team of choice)." In older more formal dialects of English, people sometimes say things like "Let us live long and prosper." In these situations let us is used to express hope. It would sound awkward if you were to use the contraction of let's.
February 9, 2012
1. It is both countable and uncountable. Mornings, I usually get up at 6:30. - This refers to all mornings or I usually get up in the morning at 6:30. - This also refers to all mornings in general. However, if I say: We'll get up in the morning at 6:30 to get started. - This refers to a particular morning. 2. Let's = let us = why don't we... Let's go shopping = I suggest that we go shopping. It is usually a strong suggestion.
February 9, 2012
Hi mornings means every morning. Let's= let us best regards.
February 9, 2012
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