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The options given to you in your book are only some of many. Every region has preferred ways of saying one thing or another. For example, I wouldn’t use am Morgen, morgens or anything else related to Morgen being the beginning of a day except in the phrase guten Morgen. Instead, I refer to the time before lunch as Früh: in der Früh, frühs (not as good as ...


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The expression am Mittag is correct and used in German, but it may be less important and less useful than the other expressions in that list from the book, because those refer to longer parts of the day. When some term is not listed in a limited learner’s vocabulary, you can’t conclude from that fact alone that it doesn’t exist.



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