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Days of the week

Days of the week
Dias da semana

The day before yesterday
ontem a hoje
Every day
toda dia
The day after tomorrow
o dia depois de amanha
The day
o dia
The week
a semana
The weekend
o fim de semana

Exercise 1:
1. Today is Tuesday. It is the 15th of March.
2. Tomorrow is Wednesday. I go swimming every Wednesday.
3. Yesterday was ___________________ .
4. ___________________ is the day after Wednesday.
5. __________________ is the day after Thursday.
6. The weekends starts on __________________ evening.
7. I go shopping at the __________________ .
8. I love Saturday and ________________  because I have no school.
9. The day before yesterday was ______________________ .
10. I get up _________  __________ at 8’ o clock.
11. The day __________ ___________________ will be Thursday.
12. The __________ is made up of seven days.
13. During the _________________ I stay up late.
14. I work during the week, Monday until _________________ .
15. The ___________ is made up of 24 hours.

Exercise 2:  
Match the questions and answers.
1. Do you work every day?                           a. I meet my friends at the weekends.
2. What do you do at the weekends?            b. I will go to the cinema.
3. What did you do yesterday?                     c. Friday is my favourite day.
4. What will you do on Sunday?                  d. Maybe we can go shopping?
5. Where will we meet today?                      e. Yes, every day.
6. What is your favourite day?                     f. My aunt is coming to visit.
7. When did you play soccer?                      g. I went to the dentist.
8. Where will we go on Wednesday?           h. He will arrive tomorrow.
9. Who is coming on Tuesday?                    i. I played on Saturday.
10. What day will your brother arrive?        J. In front of the bank?

3. Monday 4. Thursday 5. Friday 6. Friday 7. Weekends 8. Sunday 9.  Sunday 10. every day 11. after tomorrow 12. week 13. weekends 14.  Friday 15. day
Ex 2
1. e 2. a 3. g 4. b 5. j 6. c 7. i 8. d 9. f 10. h


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