The day after tomorrow morning/the day before yesterday

juandavidcrog

Senior Member
Colombian Spanish
Hey everyone

How would you say this:

"I went to her house the day before yesterday morning"

or

"I went to her house in the morning the day before yesterday"

and

"I'll go to her house the day after tomorrow morning"

or

"I'll go to her house in the morning the day after tomorrow"

Thanks in advance.

PDT: If my sentences are wrong, could you please correct them or provide some new examples with the same meaning?
 
  • Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    This order works for both sentences:
    "I went to her house in the morning, the day before yesterday."
    You could also say:
    "I went to her house the day before yesterday, in the morning."
    In every case, you should end your sentence with punctuation.
     

    b1947420

    Senior Member
    British English
    I agree with Cagey but why not simplify the matter by just naming the day of the week?

    Example: Today is Friday.
    "I went to her house last Wednesday (morning)."
    "I'll go to her house on Sunday (morning)."
     
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