I wonder what the exact times of the following words are: morning, noon, afternoon, evening, night, mid-night.
What's the difference between at night and in the night?
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The answer to this question will vary depending on the season, as the winter months have shorter days and the summer months have longer days. Furthermore, there is no standard set of times that are universally accepted That being said, here is my classification of times:
This is just a general outline - it's more common to categorize these times based upon one's activities. For example, we eat breakfast in the morning and dinner in the evening.