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Days of The Week

Days of The Week

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Days of the Week


Hello! In this lesson, we will learn about the days of the week in English. The week usually begins on Sunday and ends on Saturday, and the days of the week are capitalized in a sentence. Let us look at the days of the week in English.  

Listen carefully to the pronunciation of each word and watch the shape of the my mouth as I speak. Then, say each word while watching your own mouth on the webcam. If you do not have your webcam connected, simply practice repeating the words.


Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday



In some cases, the pluralization of the days of the week is necessary to show regularity. For example, if we are talking about an event that takes place on a weekly basis, we add the letter -s to the end of the word, such as in the sentence “I work on Fridays”. The pluralization denotes a regular occurrence on a certain day of the week. But, if we are talking about a unique event, we do not add the letter -s, such as in the sentence “I work on Saturday”. The word “Saturday” without the letter -s denotes that this event is only taking place once.



Let’s practice saying the days of the week again.


Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Wonderful! Now that you know the days of the week in English, you have expanded your vocabulary a great deal. You may now begin to say the date in English.