"Jag skriver brevet i morgon."
Translation:I am writing the letter tomorrow.
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Because "i morgon" or "imorgon" means "tomorrow", so it cannot be past tense.
"In the morning" is "på morgonen" in a general sense. If you want to say "this morning" you use either "i morse" (if the morning is already over" or "nu på morgonen" if the morning is not over yet.
As for the verb, "skriver" is present tense (equivalent to both bresent simple and present continuous in English), and it is used to indicate future