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I waited for my favorite time zone of in the morning.

Does the sentence above make sense? I mean that time zone is 'the range of time' in this sentence.

  • Are you using "time zone" in the usual sense? – Lawrence Sep 4 '16 at 12:02
  • I mean that time zone is 'the range of time' in this sentence. – 박용현 Sep 4 '16 at 12:04
  • Ah, that's not a time zone, then. A time zone relates to things like KST. You might be trying to say you waited for your favourite time "of the evening" - the special time that you like very much, which takes place during part of the evening. Or are you saying that the whole evening is your favourite period of the day? – Lawrence Sep 4 '16 at 12:06
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You mean to say time of day or time of the day.

The evening is my favorite time of (the) day.

Early morning is my favorite time of (the) day.

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No, a time zone is a place in the world where people set their clocks in a particular way, e.g. China Time Zone, Eastern Time Zone or Europe/London.

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