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    what's the difference

    Hello there,
    Would you please tell me the difference between "on the weekend," "on weekends," and "every weekend"? Thank you.

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    Re: what's the difference

    The "weekend" is a time period. It is usually Saturday and Sunday, but some people consider Friday night as part of the weekend.

    To say, "I will see you on the weekend" means that you mean sometime during this time.

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