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What should be used in the following sentence between in and at:

I will call you after your 11:00 PM in/at the night.
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I'd use «at night».

Note, that you introduce a redundancy by adding "at nignt" after having said "PM".
By stating 11 pm, you have already indicated that you will call during the evening.

A better way of phrasing this would be " I will call you during the evening, about 11.00pm your time."
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Feebs11By stating 11 pm, you have already indicated that you will call during the evening.

A better way of phrasing this would be " I will call you during the evening, about 11.00pm your time."
Since 'evening' is in the earlier part of the sentence, 'pm' is not required.

I will call you during the evening, about 11.00 your time.
I think after almost 8:00 PM we have night not evening. Therefore, saying I will call you during the evening, about 11.00 your time is incorrect, in my opinion. What do you say?

In the following sentence, what tense is being used in the sentence ''after having said PM'':

Note, that you introduce a redundancy by adding "at nignt" after having said "PM". There are also some other sentences of this kind, like being said.


Question 1:

I think after almost 8:00 PM we have night not evening. Therefore, saying I will call you during the evening, about 11.00 your time is incorrect, in my opinion. What do you say?

Question 2:

In the following sentence, what tense is being used in the sentence ''after having said PM'':

Note, that you introduce a redundancy by adding "at nignt" after having said "PM". There are also some other sentences of this kind, like being said.

Please answer the above questions.
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I think after almost 8:00 PM we have night not evening. Therefore, saying I will call you during the evening, about 11.00 your time is incorrect, in my opinion. What do you say? By convention, "evening" can mean any time up to midnight. It is fairly loose in social meaning, and depends on context.


Question 2:

In the following sentence, what tense is being used in the sentence ''after having said PM'':

Note, that you introduce a redundancy by adding "at nignt" after having said "PM". There are also some other sentences of this kind, like being said.

Please answer the above question.
Tense is a property of the verb. The construction "having said..." is not a verb.
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