Red Sky Grammar

Red sky AT night, sailors delight, red sky IN THE morning, sailor take warning.

A little more towards red.
Red sky at morning.

What’s the difference between the words ‘morning’ and ‘night’? We say “at night”, but “in the morning”. It doesn’t seem prpoper to say “at morning”

And, what’s the difference between “school” and “hospital”? We say “at school”, and (Brits) say “at hospital” but to me it seems weird to say “at hospital”, for some reason, “at THE hospital” seems proper.

And “proper”. Why is there a “R” at the end? The correct pronounciation is “proppa”!

Isn’t it?

Happy Friday! Hope you have a sunny, warm, weekend!

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