There are seven (7) days of the week. In the United States, Sunday is the first day of the week. Days and Months are capitalized in English. So, they start with a BIG letter.

Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Months: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November,December


For stating the date you need to use ordinal numbers in English. (First, second, third, etc.)

  • Today is ___.
  • Yesterday was _____.
  • Tomorrow will be ______.

Examples of the date:

  1. May 18th= Say: May eighteenth
  2. December 25th- Say: December twenty-fifth
  3. January 1st, 2014= Say: January first, two thousand fourteen
  4. March 9th, 2012= Say: March ninth, two thousand twelve
  5. November 15th, 1980= Say: November fifteenth, nineteen eighty
  6. October 31st, 1954= Say: October thirty first, nineteen fifty-four
  7. July 19th, 1846= Say: July nineteenth, eighteen forty-six.
  8. Weekday = Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  9. Weekend= Saturday and Sunday
  10. Holiday= Special day, usually celebrating something (Independence day, Christmas, Mother’s Day,etc.)
  11. Birthday= the day someone was born (February 11th, December 6th,etc.)

Questions about the Calendar:

  1. What day is today?
  2. What is today’s date?
  3. What day do you _________?
  4. How many days do you ___ a week? (work, go to school, study, etc.)
  5. What year were you born?
  6. What year did you _____? (go to Brazil, move to New York, etc.)

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