siang doesn't mean afternoon... it is around noon 10-2
"Tomorrow noon I am going," Completely unidiomatic English, we would more likely say tomorrow at noon. This sounds totally wrong.
Who says "tomorrow noon i am going"
I am going tomorrow afternoon, is a more sensible sentence
Tomorrow afternoon I go should be accepted too
Tomorrow afternoon I am going.
"at" is maybe what's missing here... I looked so hard for it in the word bank...
"Tomorrow at midday I go" - it's wrong?
I thought it was "Tomorrow afternoon I will leave".
Is "Tomorrow noon I am going" wrong?
"At mid-day tomorrow I am leaving" should be accepted
Garbage English once again