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Time point noun phrase adverbial

From Teflpedia

A time point noun phrase adverbial is a time point adverbial formed of a noun phrase adverbial used to indicate a time point.

Deictic temporal pronouns form the simplest group. These are "today", "tonight", "tomorrow" and "yesterday.”

Other time periods generally need an adjective next/last or the determiner "this", so examples include any "last Tuesday", "next week", "this evening", etc. Also "the day after tomorrow", "the day before yesterday", etc.

Note that we say "today", "tonight" "tomorrow" and "yesterday" rather than "this day", "this night" "next day" and *"last day"