Just like almost every other language, English has specific words for the days of the week. These words are often used in everyday conversation and that is why it’s useful that you know them.
On this page, you have an exercise to see if you know the vocabulary to talk about the seven days of the week. There is also a short video below the exercise.
You can find the exercise below:
Days of the Week Exercise 3
Read the following sentences and fill in the correct day.
1.I always visit my grandmother on the final day of the weekend. This means I'm visiting her this week on .
2.The name of comes from the god of thunder.
3.Two days before Monday, we have .
4.is nice because the weekend starts three days later!
5.They said they will contact me on the first day after the weekend. So I can expect a call on .
6.The day after Thursday is .
7.comes before Wednesday.
8.Three days after Monday, we have .
9.The last day before the weekend is .
10.Isn't it weird that they are going to a concert two days after the weekend? Yeah, going to a concert on a is weird.
Overview days of the week
- Days of the Week Exercise 1
- Days of the Week Exercise 2
- Days of the Week Exercise 4
- Days of the Week Exercise 5