Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Evening"

The meaning of "Evening" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does But the evening sun beats down on the west. mean?
A: The evening is the warmest part of the day. The sun's rays are hot as the sun moves in a westward direction.
Q: What does good evening ? mean?
A: es de buenas noches, pero el que se usa para saludar a alguien de noche. good night es el buenas noches de despedida
Q: What does later this evening mean?
A: You would say "I will this evening" when it is not the evening yet. "Later this evening" means that it is the evening and you will do it later in the day. I hope this helped!
Q: What does "That wraps it up for this evening" mean?
A: Literalmente sería "Eso lo envuelve por esta tarde"

Significa "Con eso acabamos por esta tarde"
Q: What does The evening edition of the newspaper will stop on April 1. mean?
A: It means eternally

If it was only on April 1, they will say "will not print/not be issued on April 1" or "there will be no evening edition on April 1"

Example sentences using "Evening"

Q: Please show me example sentences with
When do you use the good evening and good night?.
A: You can use them by themselves when speaking to someone just like in Portuguese Boa noite. They are used at different times though:

Good evening: 5 P.M. - 7 P.M.
Good night: 8 P.M. to Sunrise (When going to sleep)
Have a good night: (Saying good-bye at night time)
Q: Please show me example sentences with evening.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with in the evening and at night, what's the difference in a context? .
A: I sleep at night.

I eat dinner in the evening.

(Evening is right before night)
Q: Please show me example sentences with good evening .
A: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen! 🎤👋🏻
Q: Please show me example sentences with evening .
A: The evening is beautiful.
They'll meet tomorrow evening.
They work every evening.

Synonyms of "Evening" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between in the evening and at night ?
A: Evening is the time after the afternoon, but before the sun sets. These days people would say evening= 5:00-9:00 and night is from 9:00-12:00. (Once it's 12:01 we say it's early in the morning or 'the middle of the night')
Q: What is the difference between evening and tonight ?
A: Noon is at 12:00 PM. Afternoon is from 12:01 PM to around 5:00 PM. Evening is from 5:01 PM to 8 PM, or around sunset. Night is from sunset to sunrise, so from 8:01 PM until 5:59 AM.
Q: What is the difference between in the evening and this evening ?
A: I always eat dinner in the evening
let's meet up this evening
Q: What is the difference between that evening and on that evening and in that evening ?
A: yes they are both used and they are both pretty common but the most common thing people would say is "that night"
Q: What is the difference between this evening and tonight ?
A: "This evening" = roughly 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
"Tonight" = roughly 8:00 pm - 4:00 am
Each person might have a different understanding of "evening" and "night"

Translations of "Evening"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I think I want to go out in the evening
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m confused with “in the evening’ and ‘on the evening ‘ which one is right to use?
A: "In the evening" is correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What are you doing on this beautiful evening? Is the above sentence correct?
A: No. IN is incorrect. Use ON. It is like saying "I will see you on Monday", not "I will see you in Monday".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? evening
A: Evening :) (eev-ning)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I could say evening morning midnight, what is the proper word or phase to use if I want to use it to refer the middle of a day?
A: I have a date today at noon.

Other questions about "Evening"

Q: do you think which is better to leave in the evening or in the morning? Does this sound natural?
A: "Do you think it is better to..."
Q: good evening
My work finished at 22:30.. so long.
I'm so tired.
My project is the most busiest season now.
Therefore i have to work hard. Does this sound natural?
A: ​​I finished work at 22:30.. such a long day.
I'm so tired.
Right now is our busiest season of the year.
So I am having to work hard.

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Q: We are sorry that we do not carry evening newspapers. Does this sound natural?
A: After an apology like this, a "but" works better than a "that."

"(We're) sorry, but we do not carry evening newspapers."
Q: One evening, she went to fetch her lamb as every other day, but the rope had been cut and the sheep had gone.
“God, someone stole my sheep.” She cried Does this sound natural?
A: @Xiaochun: You should use either lamb or sheep, not a mixture of both. This makes it easier for the reader to understand that the lamb she went to fetch is the same one that she claimed to have been stolen. It would be better to use "lamb" as it is more descriptive by indicating that the sheep is still young.

Also, rather than "had gone", you should say "was gone". By saying "had gone", it implies that the lamb had left on its own accord. Saying "was gone" simply means that the lamb was no longer there, regardless of what caused that to happen.

I hope this helps!
Q: I've heard, in the late evening, only children say, "I'm sleepy", but grown-ups say, "I'm tired" instead. My question is, when grow-ups get up early in the morning, do they say, "I'm tired"?
A: Yes. Tired means exhaustion, but not necessarily the capability to fall asleep. Sleepy means you're about to fall asleep.

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