What is the correct spelling for goodbye elections

"Morgen / Morgen" is case-sensitive

Since the spelling reform, we have always capitalized the times of day:

We met yesterday A.bend.
today M.itday there is pea soup.

However, the word "tomorrow / tomorrow" is always confused because the term has several meanings.


"The morning" (between 6:00 am and 11:00 am) is capitalized

It is light in the morning.
One morning the flowers were in bloom.

It was particularly cold this morning.
I had a hard time getting up yesterday morning.


"in the morning" (regularly between 6:00 am and 10:00 am) is written in lower case

I always jog in the morning.
You can't do much with it in the morning.
Where can i reach you in the morning


"tomorrow" (the next day / future) is written in lower case

In this case, tomorrow is an adverb of time (circumstance):

She'll be a little later tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow's fashion is colorful.
I have an appointment for lunch tomorrow.

Days of the week and times of day have been written together since the reform:
I have a doctor's appointment on Tuesday morning.

The corresponding time adverb (circumstance word) is also written together - but in small letters:
He always goes to exercise on Tuesday evenings.

If you don't like that, you can make an adverb out of both nouns:
She always watches breakfast TV on Wednesday mornings.


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