Days of the week in English

The names of the days of the week (Days of the week) in English are related to names of gods and some planets.

The days of the week in English are : / The days of the week in English are:

Monday / Monday

Tuesday / Tuesday

Wednesday / Wednesday

Thursday / Thursday

Friday / Friday

Saturday / Saturday

Sunday / Sunday

In English there’s a division in the week between the begging of the week and its ends. It’s called weekdays the days from Monday to Friday. Saturday and Sunday they called weekend, like we do here in Brazil. / In English, there is a division of the week between its beginning and end. Weekdays are days from Monday to Friday. Saturday and Sunday are called weekend, as we speak in Brazil.

They have a specific reason to be called the way they are called. Look and check their meanings: / The days of the week were named for specific reasons. See and check out their meanings:

Sunday – It’s because of the Sun. Because of that they are called the Sun’s day or the days of the sun. / Sunday – It’s called that because of the sun. For this reason, it is known as “the day of the sun” or “the days of the sun”.

Monday – It’s because of the Moon. Because of that they are called the Moon’s day or the days of the moon. / Monday – It’s called that because of the moon. For this reason, it is known as “day of the moon” or “days of the moon”

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