One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In the morning (or afternoon etc.) of tomorrow.
- ‘I leave in the early afternoon, and I return tomorrow afternoon.’
- ‘Well, both ships will arrive in the area tomorrow afternoon, Saturday afternoon local time.’
- ‘There are no major outstanding problems and so hopefully tomorrow morning will be fairly trouble-free.’
- ‘It'll be a soggy old world in Somerset tomorrow morning, even soggier than it was this morning.’
- ‘They promised to fix it this morning, but now it's going to take until tomorrow morning.’
- ‘Normal service will therefore resume tomorrow morning, probably with a sentimental photograph.’
- ‘I suggest you call us again at 8.30am tomorrow morning, and we'll try and fit you in later the same day.’
- ‘Telephone bookings for the general public will only be accepted from tomorrow morning.’
- ‘They say that late tomorrow morning the president will be coming here to see what he can do to help.’
- ‘It was a good end to a working week, even if I have to work tomorrow morning.’
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