DaysThe following page has learning games and example sentences using the following 8 words from the "days" category:
Pairs: getting ready...
- Your mission is to pair pictures with their correct titles in as few a clicks as possible.
- Click on a card to turn it. Next, try to find its partner by clicking on a second card. (If you fail to find a match with your second click, both cards will turn again.)
- This is a memory game as well as a vocabulary-learning game.
- Click on your first card to start. Good luck!
the second day of the week, following Sunday
- Monday is the first day of the workweek.
- People start their jobs or school on Monday.
- Monday is often associated with a fresh start.
- She started her workweek with enthusiasm every Monday morning.
- On Monday evenings, he attended a yoga class to unwind from the day.
- They often met for lunch on Mondays to catch up and plan the week ahead.
the seventh day of the week, often considered a day for relaxation and leisure
- Saturday is the weekend day when many people have time off.
- On Saturday, you can relax and enjoy leisure activities.
- Saturday is a great day for outdoor fun.
- Saturday was their favorite day of the week for family outings.
- He spent Saturday mornings jogging in the park to stay active.
- She enjoyed lazy Saturday afternoons reading books by the fireplace.
the first day of the week in many calendars, typically observed as a day of rest and worship
- Sunday is the last day of the week and the weekend.
- Sunday is a day for rest and spending time with family.
- Many people attend religious services on Sunday.
- They attended church services every Sunday morning.
- Sunday brunch with friends became a cherished weekly tradition.
- He used Sunday afternoons to prepare for the upcoming workweek.
the fifth day of the week, following Wednesday
- Thursday is the fifth day of the workweek.
- Thursday is often called 'little Friday' because it's close to the weekend.
- Thursday is a good day to plan for the upcoming weekend.
- Thursday was dedicated to team meetings and project updates at the office.
- They often hosted game nights with friends on Thursday evenings.
- He made it a point to call his family every Thursday to catch up.
the third day of the week, following Monday
- Tuesday is the second day of the workweek.
- Tuesday is a productive day for work and study.
- Tuesday follows Monday in the week.
- She reserved Tuesday afternoons for volunteering at the local shelter.
- Tuesday evenings were designated for pottery classes to explore her creativity.
- He and his friends had a standing arrangement for taco night every Tuesday.
the fourth day of the week, following Tuesday
- Wednesday is the middle of the workweek.
- Wednesday is sometimes called 'hump day' because it's the halfway point.
- Wednesday is a good time to reflect on the week.
- Wednesday marked the midpoint of the workweek, often referred to as 'hump day.'
- Wednesday mornings were spent in a coffee shop, working on his novel.
- They scheduled Wednesday nights for family dinners and discussions.
the two days at the end of the workweek, typically Saturday and Sunday, devoted to leisure and relaxation
- The weekend is a two-day break from work or school.
- People look forward to the weekend for relaxation and fun.
- The weekend includes Saturday and Sunday.
- They planned a weekend getaway to the mountains for hiking and relaxation.
- Weekends were when he indulged in his favorite hobbies, like painting and gardening.
- She enjoyed lazy weekends with movies and homemade popcorn.
the sixth day of the week, following Thursday, often associated with the anticipation of the weekend
- Friday is the last workday of the week and the start of the weekend.
- Friday is often associated with excitement and anticipation.
- Many people enjoy social activities on Friday night.
- Friday evenings were reserved for unwinding with friends at the local pub.
- She looked forward to Friday afternoons when the weekend adventures began.
- He completed his work tasks efficiently on Fridays to enjoy a stress-free weekend.
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