This is probably a good rule, but be careful, it also works if it's a specific date.I think so... thank you!! I need an easy explanation for my students... I think it is because of the word day
The first sentence assumes the meeting is being held during another part of the day (morning, night...), and asking if it should be moved so it is an afternoon meeting.Hmm, let's see if we can reinvigorate this thread:
Is this correct, "Should we move the meeting to the afternoon?"
How about this, "Should we move the meeting in the afternoon?"