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|Le Jour||The day|
|La nuit||The night|
|Le matin||The morning/ In the morning|
|L’après-midi||The afternoon/ In the afternoon|
|Le soir||The evening/ In the evening|
|Hier soir||Last night/ Yesterday evening|
|La semaine||The week|
|Un mois||A month|
|Une année/ Un an||A year|
|Après-demain||The day after tomorrow|
|Avant-hier||The day before yesterday|
|La semaine prochaine||Next week|
|Le mois prochain||Next month|
|La semaine dernière||Last week|
|Le mois dernier||Last month|
|Une heure||One hour|
|Une minute||One minute|
|Une seconde||One second|
|Dans deux jours||In two days|
|Il y a une minute||One minute ago|
|Tous les jours||Every day|
|Toute la journée||The whole day|
“Dans” means “in” and “il y a” means “ago” when they are used with time expressions.
“Tous les”(m/p), “toutes les” (f/p), “tout le” (m), and “toute la” (f), mean “every.” They can be used with other time expressions.
“an” is usually preceded by a number, and “année” by a word indicating a quantity.
“Jour” means “day” and it includes 24 hours. “Journée” means “day”, and it only includes the hours of the day where you are active. So not the hours where you sleep.
“Soir” means “evening” and it includes the hours from 6 pm to 12 am. “Soirée” means “evening” and it only includes the hours of the evening where you are active. So not the hours where you sleep.
“Matin” means “morning” and it includes the hours from 12 am to 12 pm. “Matinée” means “morning” and it only includes the hours of the morning where you are active. So not the hours where you sleep.