jogging hours

azz

Senior Member
armenian
#1
Can one say
a. Her jogging has changed from morning to afternoon.
b. Her jogging time has changed from morning to afternoon.

c. Her jogging time has changed. She used to jog in the morning. Now she jogs in the afternoon.
d. Her jogging times have changed. She used to jog in the morning. Now she jogs in the afternoon.

?

The sentences are mine.

I find (a) incorrect. Her jogging has not changed. The time at which she jogs has changed. My feeling is that the others work.

Many thanks.
 
  • British English
    #2
    "She's changed the time she goes jogging from morning to afternoon."
    Somehow 'jogging time' suggests how fast she jogs or how long it takes her. But when subject to intense inspection you start thinking things that would be quite clear in real life, in context.
     
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