Asking and Response for the Date

Asking and Response for the Date

Asking and Response for the Date

        This article is a continuation of the previous Post which discusses about how to ask about the day and the response of the question. (for studying previous post, see : Asking and Response for the Day)

        In the material of Asking and Response for the Date is discussed about two topics, they are asking for the date in which this part about how to ask the date in English and response of asking for the date. And for complete discussion let’s go to the topics below.

The Topics of Asking and Response for the Date

Asking for the Date

        There are some expressions can be implemented to ask about the date, they are:

  • What date is it?
  • What’s the date today?
  • What’s the date tomorrow?
  • What is the date today?
  • What is the date tomorrow?
  • What’s the date yesterday?
  • What is the date yesterday?
  • What is today’s date?
  • What’s today’s date?
  • What date is it today?
  • What date is it tomorrow?
  • What date is your birthday?
  • What date is your parents’ wedding anniversary?
  • What date was it last Tuesday?
  • What date will it be on Friday?
  • What day is it . . .?
  • What date was it yesterday?
  • What was the date two days ago?
  • What date was it . . .? (for past)
  • Can you tell me what the date it is today?
  • Can you tell me what the date it is . . .?
  • Could you tell me what the date is tomorrow?
  • Could you tell me what the date is . . .?
  • Would you mind telling me what date it is . . .?
  • Would you mind telling me what the date is . . .?              

Etc.

Response of Asking for the Date

  • It’s the first of May. (1st May)
  • It’s May the first. (May 1st)
  • It is the second of March. (2nd March)
  • It is September the fourth. (September 4th)
  • It is . . . .
  • Of course, today is August twenty second. (August 22nd)
  • Sure, it is . . . .
  • Sure, tomorrow is . . . .
  • Today is April 30th.
  • Today is . . . .
  • Yesterday was December 16th.
  • Three days ago was July 8th.

Etc.

Note:

        When someone asks you the date, it’s not necessary to give the year. For example:

  • What’s the date? —-> It’s February 7.  (Not It’s February 7, 2016)

Example in dialogue

Driver: excuse me, Sir! What’s the date today?

Police: it is the sixth of January.

Driver: and what date will it be on next Saturday?

Police: Next Saturday will be 10th of January.

Driver: Thank You, Sir.

Police: You are welcome.

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Greeting and Welcome to Ramadhan

Welcome to Ramadhan

       Greeting and welcome to Ramadhan. Asalamu’alaikum Readers. I seek refuge in Allah from the accursed satan. In the name of Allah the Merciful the Beneficent. Today I am sharing about quotes related to Ramadhan in English but before i get started let me remind you guys that the blessing month Ramadhan is going to start in few weeks and I’m anxiously waiting for Noble Ramadhan, as every muslim knows. Ramadan is the month of blessing in which Qur’an was reveal to Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and fasting in Ramadhan is one of the five pillars of Islam. Fasting is for our benefits and Allah says in Qur’an.

“O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you. so that you may learn self-restraint.” (Q.S: Al-Baqarah:183)

There are some traditional or common Arabic greetings that one may use or come across:

Greetings and welcome O month of Ramadhan

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