Translation:Dzisiaj w nocy

December 18, 2015



I have noticed that in English speaking countries, "tonight" tends to mean "this evening" more often than "during the night" (when most people sleep). Hence the confusion.

January 4, 2016


"tonight" can mean evening or night, e.g. "see you tonight" would imply "this evening", whereas "I'll sleep well tonight" would imply during the night. Both are correct in English, but can be confusing! You could also say "see you this evening" if you want to; it means the same as "see you tonight".

January 10, 2016


The word in the exercise is shown on its own - without context - therefore knowing if they mean "evening" or "night" is impossible. If the exercise said, "see you tonight", or "I sleep at night", then there would be enough context, but it doesn't. Without context, both answers should be accepted.

January 10, 2016


duolingo seems to be making a distinction between 'night' and 'tonight' which doesn't make sense. 'evening' (wieczorem) and 'night' (noc) are different of course, but if I answer 'noc' for 'tonight' that's correct as well.

January 2, 2016


Would 'wieczorem' without 'dzisiaj' be taken as something general; in other words: do you need 'dzisiaj' to stress it's about tonight THIS day or can you do without?

December 18, 2015


You can say 'wieczorem' without 'dzisiaj'. For example 'Do zobaczenia wieczorem' - 'See you in the evening'. By the way, 'wieczór' means evening, so I don't think this is the best translation for 'tonight'. A better one would be 'Dziś w nocy.' (noc means night).

December 18, 2015


This evening. Night is noc.

April 30, 2016


Can you say "w tym nocy"?

September 30, 2016


No, but you can say „W nocy będę spał”('I will sleep at night') or „Dziś w nocy idę na imprezę”('Tonight I'm going to party') or „Księżyc był wyjątkowo jasny tej nocy”('The moon was especially bright that night').

September 30, 2016
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