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Please kindly let me know whether these two sentences are the same in meaning :

1/I go to the market early in the morning to buy vegetables

2/I go to the market in the early morning to buy vegetables

Is " early in the morning " here interchangeable with " in the early morning"

By the way , please also correct my translation:

The noise of people shouting and yelling , of dogs'barking and pigs' oinking brought the floating market to life .

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MonalisatuanPlease kindly let me know whether these two sentences are the same in meaning :

1/I go to the market early in the morning to buy vegetables. early is used as an adverb

2/I go to the market in the early morning to buy vegetables. early is used as an adjective

Is " early in the morning " here interchangeable with " in the early morning." Yes

By the way , please also correct my translation:

The noise of people shouting and yelling , of dogs' barking and pigs' oinking brought the floating market to life. should be dogs barking and pigs oinking. You need to maintain parallelism (symmetry); look at the left side of your comma (the part in blue).


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Thank you very much Thai Hoa and I 'am very sorry for bothering you again . Please correct the following if they are wrong :

a/ My father is away working in a nearby province .

b// My father is working far away in a nearby province .

c/ My brother is studying far away from home

d/ My brother is studying away from home

e/My brother is studying far away

Your help would be highly appreciated.

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MonalisatuanThank you very much Thai Hoa and I 'am very sorry for bothering you again . No problem!Emotion: smilePlease correct the following if they are wrong :

a/ My father is away working in a nearby province.

You mixed two sentences into one! My father is away and My father is working in a nearby province. To correct the sentence, you need a comma between away and working to set a quick pause.

b// My father is working far away in a nearby province.

Grammatically, the sentence is fine. Semantically, ’far away’ and ‘nearby’ fight one another.

c/ My brother is studying far away from home. Okay.

d/ My brother is studying away from home. Okay, away is used as an adverb.

e/My brother is studying far away. Okay. ( 'from here' is implied)

Your help would be highly appreciated.

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Thank you very much Thai Hoa . I 've learned many useful things from you and other teachers of this forum.

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MonalisatuanThank you very much Thai Hoa . I 've learned many useful things from you and other teachers of this forum.

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You are welcome!

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