Lesson 14: Days of the Week

Marking The Calendar


Practice by reading the dialogue with your tutor. After you are done, switch roles and do it again! 📘

  • K: Monday’s are terrible.
  • D: I can’t wait until Friday.
  • K: We still have Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday before Friday.
  • D: I already miss the weekend.
  • K: I feel this way every Monday.




Possessive pronouns and adjectives 📘

Read the diagram out loud with your tutor.

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Go over the vocabulary and expressions below with your tutor. 📘

weekend 📘
yesterday 📘
today 📘
tomorrow 📘




Fill in the blank with the correct day of the week. 📘

  • Yesterday was Friday. Today is Saturday.
  • Today is Wednesday. Tomorrow will be ___________.
  • Tomorrow will be Monday. Today is __________.
  • Today is Friday. Yesterday was __________.
  • Tomorrow will be Sunday. Yesterday was _________.


Choose the correct pronoun in the sentence. 📘

  • His/He dog is small.
  • It/Its has a new bone.
  • My/We are noisy.
  • Their/They bird is full of feathers.
  • I/Your weekend starts tomorrow.


Put the days of the week in the correct order (assume a week starts on Sunday) 📘

  • Monday, Sunday, Friday, Tuesday – Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday
  • Saturday, Tuesday, Friday, Wednesday – ________________________
  • Friday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday – __________________________
  • Monday, Sunday, Saturday, Friday – ____________________________
  • Friday, Thursday, Wednesday, Tuesday – ________________________


Is the sentence correct? Answer with yes or no. If it is incorrect, say or write it correctly. 📘

  • I dog is slow. No   Correct: My dog is slow.
  • She has a bird. __  __________________
  • Their are noisy. __  __________________
  • We dog has a bone. __  __________________
  • Your house is small. __  __________________


Discussion Questions

  • What is your favorite day of the week? Why?
  • What do you like to do on the weekends?
  • What do you do on the weekdays?
  • What is your least favorite day of the week? Why?

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