May 7, 2018

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      Many languages têm uma word para describe o day que antecedeu yesterday e o day que virá after tomorrow.

       In English, as words ereyesterday (o day anterior a yesterday) e overmorrow (o day posterior a tomorrow) existiram one day. But after elas cairam em desuso.

       Today, the solution é explicar. For example: se today é day 10, yesterday foi day 9 and ‘The day before yesterday’ foi day 8 . Tomorrow será day 11 and ‘The day after tomorrow’ será day 12.

Wanna know more? Access the original https://www.quora.com/Why-have-the-words-overmorrow-and-ereyesterday-gone-Was-it-easier-for-speakers-to-use-the-day-after-tomorrow-instead-of-overmorrow to expand your vocabulary.

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