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I off day this afternoon.

Is "off day" use correctly for stating I working on morning but off on afternoon?

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    Where is the verb?
    – user3169
    Oct 29, 2014 at 17:13
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    "I'm off this afternoon" or "I have this afternoon off" expresses your intended meaning. "I off Day this afternoon" is slang for "I will kill (someone named) Day this afternoon".
    – Jasper
    Feb 22, 2017 at 17:57

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The sentence is utterly ungrammatical.

There are many ways to say that.

I'm not in the office after the noon.
I'm here till afternoon, then I'm on leave
I'm on a half day leave, post lunch (this is specific though but works in most parts of India)

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  • I wouldn't use 'the' in your first example.
    – mcalex
    May 13, 2019 at 6:11
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We can say "I have the afternoon off" in British English.

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