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"De la mañana" is a phrase which is often translated as "in the morning", and "de la tarde" is a phrase which is often translated as "in the afternoon". Learn more about the difference between "de la mañana" and "de la tarde" below.
de la mañana(
deh
 
lah
 
mah
-
nyah
-
nah
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. in the morning
Voy a Zumba todos los días a las seis de la mañana.I go to Zumba every day at six in the morning.
¿Qué haces despierta? Son las cuatro de la mañana.What are you doing up? It's four in the morning.
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de la tarde(
deh
 
lah
 
tahr
-
deh
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (from noon until sunset)
a. in the afternoon
Ya eran las dos de la tarde cuando se levantó mi hermano.By the time my brother got up, it was already two o'clock in the afternoon.
b. afternoon
Mi nieta nació ayer a las cuatro menos cinco de la tarde.My granddaughter was born at five to four yesterday afternoon.
2. (from sunset until bedtime)
a. in the evening
¿A qué hora cierran las tiendas? - A las ocho de la tarde.What time do the stores close? - At eight o'clock in the evening.
b. evening
Te veré mañana a las nueve de la tarde.I'll see you at nine o'clock tomorrow evening.
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