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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #46658: Days of the week
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    Days of the week

    Find the day; mind the uppercases.

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    1. It's Monday today, it was yesterday.

    2. It was Saturday yesterday, it's today.

    3. It was Tuesday yesterday, it's today.

    4. It's Friday today, it was yesterday.

    5. It was Wednesday yesterday, it's today.

    6. It's Tuesday today, it was yesterday.

    7. It's Wednesday today, it was yesterday.

    8. It was Thursday yesterday, it's today.

    9. It's Sunday today, it was yesterday.

    10. It was Monday yesterday, it's today.

    11. It's Thursday today, it was yesterday.

    12. It was Tuesday two days ago, it's today.

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