B: Good morning. I’d like to rent a car for a few days. We’ll be leaving early Friday morning and coming back sometime on Sunday.
C: That’s no problem. Come in on the morning and we’ll have the car ready for you. We’ll need about 20 minutes to go through the paperwork before you set off.
B: That’s fantastic. One question: do you allow pets in the car?
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C: Our policy is that we do not encourage pets in the car, but customers sometimes do take their dogs or cats. In that event, a cleaning fee will apply, to remove pet hair or odors left behind in the car. The actual charge will depend on how much cost we incur from the cleaning.
B: That’s perfectly reasonable. Our dog is very well behaved and does not shed, neither does he have a strong smell.
C: We’ll see you early Friday morning, then.
B: 太好了。我有一個問題， 我們可以帶寵物上車嗎?
（Paul Cooper, Taipei Times／台北時報林俐凱譯）
”Come in on the morning”
The use of both “in” and “on” here may seem confusing. “Come in” is a phrasal verb; “on the morning” is used instead of “in the morning” because it refers to the specific morning (Friday), not tomorrow morning.
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