how to express "the morning before last" or something correctly I wonder how to express a morning that was of the day before yesterday. which following phrase is correct? 1.I met her the day before yesterday in the morning. 2.I met her in the morning , the day before yesterday. 3. I met her on the morning of the day before yesterday. 4. I met her on the morning before yesterday. 5. I met her in the morning before yesterday. 6. I met her the morning before yesterday. 7. I met her in the morning beore last. by the way, how to use the prepesition "on " ,"in" or none correctly in the senteces above.
Oct 21, 2012 5:33 PM
Answers · 6
A few of those sentences might be correct, but I'm not sure. They all sound funny to me though. I, personally, would just use the name of the actual day of the week. (Example) "We met Tuesday morning", or "I met her Tuesday morning", "I met her on Tuesday, in the morning". I hope that helps you some. I don't speak text book english. Some sentences may sound funny to me, even if they are correct. I just talk like the average english speaker, not like an english teacher. But if I had to choose one of your sentences, it would be the second one. Good luck
October 22, 2012
Numbers 1 & 2 can be used.
October 21, 2012
those were a lot of variants! haha i'd use the second one. :)
October 21, 2012
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