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    Default "the day in a week" and "the date in a month"

    Could someone please show me some ways to ask for "the day in a week" and "the date in a month"?
    Thanks so much!

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    Default Re: "the day in a week" and "the date in a month"

    Quote Originally Posted by trueheart_205 View Post
    Could someone please show me some ways to ask for "the day in a week" and "the date in a month"?
    Thanks so much!
    Hi, trueheart!

    If I understand your question correctly...

    What day (of the week) is it today? (the day in a week)
    What's the date today? (the date)

    I'm not a native speaker, so please wait for native speakers' reply.

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    Default Re: "the day in a week" and "the date in a month"

    Quote Originally Posted by tzfujimino View Post
    What day (of the week) is it today?
    What's the date today?

    I'm not a native speaker, so please wait for native speakers' reply.
    They are fine, though we would not normally use 'of the week' in the first question.

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