Use of Dual Time Markers

Use of Dual Time Markers :

Drawing upon native phrases like 'Aaj shaam ko', people often use phrases like 'today evening'.

English does not however permit the use of dual time markers; rather one of them needs to be replaced by a determiner (determiners that can be used in such situations include this, that, these, those, some etc).

Thus, one has to rather use the determiner 'this' and say 'this evening'.

Else, one can change the form of the phrase 'tomorrow evening' can either become 'in the evening, tomorrow' or 'tomorrow, in the evening', the latter being preferred.

Use of Dual Time Markers