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Hi everyone,
I am clear with 'in the afternoon' and 'on a Sunday afternoon'. But when it comes to a lazy afternoon, which is right: in or on?
That accident happened in a lazy afternoon or on a lazy afternoon.
This is a photo about a blue sky over the water on a lazy afternoon or in a lazy afternoon.
One more about time, in or at.
It's 3 pm here. What time is it in your local time or at your local time? (In or at)
It will be delievered by 3 pm in your local time or at your local time.
Thank you in advance.
Have a good day.

Alli
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That accident happened on a lazy afternoon. (It is not describing a specific the time of day, but the kind of afternoon.)
Compare with: It happened on a Monday.

This is a photo about a blue sky over the water on a lazy afternoon.
(same reason)

It's 3 pm here. What time is it in your time zone?
It will be delivered by 3 pm in your local time. (local time means the time on the receiver's watch. If that is not specific enough, then say: It will be delivered by 3 pm local time in your time zone. )
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Thanks!
Crytal clear here. G'day.