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    domna Guest

    Question Today

    Hello!May I have an answer from a native teacher ,please?
    Which is it correct to say?
    a.Today is Monday.or
    b.Today it is Monday.
    and why.
    THANKS
    Domna

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    Default Re: Today

    The simple answer is: they are both correct.

    The difference is just that in a. "today" is the subject, but in b. "today" is a sentence adverb. If you transform them into questions, you can see that they're constructed differently:

    a. Is today Monday?
    b. Is it Monday today?

    But they still mean exactly the same, and they are both correct. Two different ways of saying the same thing.

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