In French, how do you say "In the morning… Blah blah blah.?

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In The Morning In French

Le matin.

But it usually goes at the end of the sentence.

Id est,
je me lève le matin. (I get up in the morning)
je mange le déjeuner le matin. (I eat breakfast in the morning)
je lave mon hamster blah blah blah le matin. (I wash my hamster blah blah blah et cetera in the morning.)

would it be:

dans le matin………….

It's le matin
Le matin, je me lève
le matin, je prends mon petit déjeuner, je lave mon hamster, bla bla bla ('I'm kidding, but the rest is serious!)
What's the context of get on with?

In the morning in this sense, where you do it most mornings is simply 'Le matin, . . . '

To get on with in the sense of to get on with people is s'accorder or s'entendre. They get on well together = ils s'accordent bien / ils s'endendent bien.

le matin je me lève ,je prends mon petit déjeuner, je lave mes hamsters (you really do it????)

to get on well is "se bien entendre"

je m'entends (bien) avec…

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RE:
In French, how do you say "In the morning… Blah blah blah.?
I would like to say:

In the morning I get up.
In the morning I eat breakfast.
In the morning I wash my hamster blah blah blah etc.

Basically "In the morning…" in Francais please.

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