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What about "On an evening" or "On a morning"
They both sound ok to me, as I grew up hearing them used frequently (in a village in Worcestershire). Don't they qualify as vernacular usage?
I say "of an evening". I know it's not grammatically correct, but it's local dialect. I say it but never write it.
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