Things in English, names, abbreviations, reading

Things in English, names, abbreviations, reading


Dates are one of the basic topics when you study English. In English, everything has its own word and no rules, the only way to remember is to memorize it. In this article, Taimienphi.vn will review with you the name and how to read things in English for daily use.


Things in English: names, abbreviations, reading

Things in English: names, abbreviations, reading

What does the article cover?

– Names, abbreviations and how to read things in English
– Some notes when using things in sentences
– Illustration

In Vietnamese, things are called in order of numbers (from Monday to Saturday) except Sunday. This is not the case in English, everything has its own word and no rules, so the only way to remember it is to memorize it or use it often in your daily life.

Names, abbreviations, and how to read things in English

Monday / ‘mʌndeɪ / – Mon – Monday
Tuesday / ́tju: zdeɪ / – Tue – Tuesday
Wednesday / ́wensdeɪ / – Wed – Wednesday
Thursday / ‘θə: zdeɪ / – Thu – Thursday
Friday / ́fraideɪ / – Fri – Friday
Saturday / ‘sætədeɪ / – Sat – Saturday
Sunday / ́sʌndeɪ / – Sat – Sunday
Weekend / ̧wi: k /end /: weekends (only Saturday & Sunday)

Some notes when using things in sentences

When using things in English sentences, we always use the preposition “on” in front of things, such as on Mon, on Tue, on Sun … In addition to things, if the sentence has all day, month, year, we also use “on” in front. If only month & year, use the preposition “in”.

the next Monday / Tuesday … Sunday: Monday / Tuesday … Next Sunday
the last Monday / Tuesday … Sunday: Monday / Tuesday … Last Sunday
on every Monday: every Monday

For example:

– We visit our grandparents on every weekend. (We visit our grandparents every weekend)
– I will have the summer holidays on the next Saturday. (We will have summer vacation next Saturday)
– My class studies History on Tuesday. (My class is taking History class on Tuesday)

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In addition to things, the month in English is also a common foreign language knowledge that many people are still vague, the names of the months in English include 12 months of the year, you need to remember correctly so as not to be confused.

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