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'Evening' and 'night' in English do not correspond exactly to 'sera' and 'notte' in Italian. For example, in much of Italy, one would greet someone with 'buona sera' anytime after lunch until late at night. 'Buona notte' is generally used only when you are leaving or going to bed. I think it is appropriate for DL to accept both 'sera' and 'notte' for the English 'night.'