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A neat way I always used to say it was to roll together "tomorrow" with either "morning" / "afternoon" / "evening". A native would probably never say it in conversation but would always understand. The following are more written / formal words (I think?): みょうちょう = "tomorrow morning" (shorthand for 明日の朝) みょうばん = "tomorrow evening" (shorthand for 明日の夜) So, ...


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Roughly in the order of informality, native speakers would say: ・「じゃあ、明日{あした}(の)[11時]{じゅういちじ}に!」 (no verb) ・「では、明日(の)11時に!」 ・「それでは、明日(の)11時に!」 ・「じゃあ/では/それでは、明日(の)11時に(また)会{あ}いましょう。」 (with verb) The last phrase above is already "borderline formal", but for many adult speakers (if not for teenagers), it would sound fairly informal. An example of the ...


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