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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.
    Please do not edit your question after it has received a response. Such editing can make the response hard for others to understand.


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