Asking and Response for the Day

Asking and Response for the Day

Asking and Response for the Day

        After discussing about the time (see : Asking and telling Time) in the previous post, now is our time for discussing about Asking and Response for the Day. As the title mentioned above so in this occasion, the material we will discuss is about how to ask about the day and how to response of asking for the day. For complete discussing about Asking and Response for the Day, let’s go to the material of Asking and Response for the Day.

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Asking for the Day

There are some expressions to ask about the day, they are:

What day is it today?

What day is it tomorrow?

What day is it . . .?

What day was it yesterday?

What day was it two days ago?

What day was it . . .? (for past)

What is the day today?

What is the day (of) tomorrow?

What is the day (of) . . .?

Can you tell me what day it is today?

Can you tell me what day it is . . .?

Could you tell me what the day is tomorrow?

Could you tell me what the day is . . .?

Would you mind telling me what day it is . . .?

Would you mind telling me what the day is . . .?

Etc.

Response of Asking for the Day.

It is Monday.

It is Wednesday.

It is Saturday.

It is . . . .

Of course, today is . . . .

Sure, it is . . . .

Sure, tomorrow is . . . .

Today is Tuesday.

Today is . . . .

Tomorrow is Sunday.

Tomorrow is . . . .

Yesterday was Thursday.

Three days ago was Friday.

Etc.

Example in dialogue

Martha : hi, Dani. You look so in hurry. Where are going?

Dani : I am going to Mr. Brown’s house for submitting mathematics task. Today is the last time to submit our task.

Martha : Hah? What day is it today?

Dani : It is Thursday.

Martha : Oh My God, I forget the day. I should finish my task too. Thanks.

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