"Ik loop in de ochtend."
Translation:I walk in the morning.
- Morgen - Tomorrow
- 's Morgens/in de morgen - In the morning
- 's Ochtends/in de ochtend - In the morning
- Morgenochtend - Tomorrow morning
While "morgen" technically means "morning", we mainly use it for "tomorrow", which is why we mainly say in de morgen/'s morgens/, to avoid confusion.
So to answer your question: No, they mean the same thing, but are used different ways.
In class we use lopen for running and wandeln for walking. Is that specific to belgium? Why lopen means walking ? Thank you for the answer
I don't really understand what this is saying in English. Is it, in general - 'I walk in the mornings' / 'I walk every morning'? or talking about tomorrow - 'I'll walk in the morning'?
How would each of these be said in Dutch?