Asked • 03/30/19

Are "mattina" and "pomeriggio" also adverbs?

Clearly "mattina" and "pomeriggio" are nouns. For example *"la mattina ha l'oro in bocca"* uses "mattina" as subject of the phrase.However, when I say "Ci vediamo domani mattina" is "mattina" an adverb like "domani"? If not, isn't it missing a preposition (for example "domani di mattina")?Also, is it correct to say "Ci vediamo pomeriggio?" (or "mattina")? If not, why not?

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