Ivo (ivo_luvs_peace) wrote in linguaphiles,


If I say Yesterday turns into Tomorrow and in a day it turns into Today...does that make sense?  Or does "in a day turns into today" make it sound like two days have passed, not one, making the end date still tomorrow?  

I've thought about it too much that now I'm confused. 

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