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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #68389: Days, months, seasons
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    Days, months, seasons


    Days of the week



    Monday..........

    Always with capital letters

    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    Saturday
    Sunday
    Before days: 'on':
    What time do you get up on Sundays?
    On Monday, on Tuesday, on Wednesday too I will always remember you (Superbus)
    .
    todayD-day

    Oh, I believe in yesterday...

    tomorrowD-day + 1
    yesterdayD-day - 1
    the day after tomorrowD-day + 2
    the day before yesterdayD-day - 2
    next week D-day + 7
    last weekD-day - 7
    next Tuesday
    last Saturday


    Months of the year


    ......January

    With capital letters



    February
    March
    April
    May
    June
    July
    August
    September
    October
    November
    December
    .
    Before months: 'in'
    Shakespeare was born in April, BUT: he was born on April 23rd 1564 (il est n le 23 avril 1564, jour prcis)
    Children go back to school in September.
    .
    diary

    February 29th: leap day

    calendar
    fortnight
    leap year
    a daily paper
    a weekly paper
    a monthly magazine


    Seasons


    .....




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    1.
    Which day has in its name a silent letter 'd' ?
    Most shops are closed Sundays.
    Monday, , Wednesday,Thursday and Friday are the working days of the week.

    is the coldest season of the year.
    Summerstarts in , it starts the 21st of that month.
    is called Fall in the USA. It's the season when the leaves fall off the trees.

    2.
    This day is named after the moon:
    The day named to honour Thor the Norse god of Thunder and rain is
    This day is named after Frigg, the Norsegoddess of love
    Norse (ancient Scandinavian)

    This month is named after the Roman god of war (Mars).
    Julius Caesar was born in (one month before August)
    Janus was the Roman god of the beginnings so this month was named after him








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