English Grammar Days Of The Week
Learn English Days Of The Week Grammar

Grammar Level 1- Lesson Twenty Three

In this grammar lesson, you learn about days of the week in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

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Days of the week

Sunday
is the first day of the week.
The first day of the week is Sunday.
Sunday comes after Saturday .
Su M T W Th F Sa
It comes before Monday . Su M T W Th F Sa
Sunday is a weekend day.

Monday
is the second day of the week on the calendar.
Monday is also the first day of
the work week.
Monday comes after Sunday. Su M T W Th F Sa
It comes before Tuesday.
Su M T W Th F Sa
(Everyone hates Monday because it’s the first day back to work after the weekend!)

Tuesday
is the third day of the week.
The third day of the week is Tuesday. It’s the second day of
the work week.
Tuesday comes after Monday. Su M T W Th F Sa
It comes before Wednesday. Su M T W Th F Sa

Wednesday
is the fourth day of the week.
The fourth day of the week is Wednesday. It’s the third day of
the work week.
Wednesday comes after Tuesday. Su M T W Th F Sa
It comes before Thursday.
Su M T W Th F Sa
Wednesday is the middle of the week.

Thursday
is the fifth day of the week.
The fifth day of the week is Thursday. It’s the fourth day of the work week.
Thursday comes after Wednesday. Su M T W Th F Sa
It comes before Friday. Su M T W Th F Sa

Friday
is the sixth day of the week.
The sixth day of the week is Friday. It’s the fifth and last day of the work week.
Friday comes after Thursday. Su M T W Th F Sa
It comes before Saturday. Su M T W Th F Sa
(Everyone loves Friday because it’s the last day of the week. In the afternoon, the weekend begins. T.G.I.F. = Thank God it’s Friday!)

Saturday
is the seventh day of the week.
The seventh day of the week is Saturday.
Saturday comes after Friday. Su M T W Th F Sa
It comes before Sunday. Su M T W Th F Sa
Saturday and Sunday are the weekend.
Su M T W Th F Sa

When talking about the weekend, you can use:
– on the weekend
– during the weekend
– this weekend (present and future):

What are you going to dothis weekend?
– last weekend (past)
What did you do last weekend?
– next weekend (future – comes after “this weekend”)
What are you going to do next weekend?
(Saturday and Sunday, March 4 and 5 are this weekend; Saturday and Sunday, March 11 and 12 are next weekend.)
There are seven days in a week.
There are 52 weeks in a year.

Practice:

Example: What day comes after Wednesday?
Thursday comes after Wednesday.
1. What day comes after Monday?
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2. What day comes before Wednesday?
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3. How many days are there in a week?
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4. What’s the first day of the work week?
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5. If today is Tuesday, what day is the day after tomorrow?
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Answers:
1. Tuesday comes after Monday.
2. Tuesday comes before Wednesday.
3. There are seven days in a week.
4. The first day of the work week is Monday.
5. The day after tomorrow is Thursdsay. (If today is Tuesday.)

 

Quiz for Days of the Week

Now that you learned your new lesson, it is time to go to the days of week page and finish your quiz. While working on your quiz, you can always go back to its lesson to refresh your memory.

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