Note that in Spanish, as in English, you can also tell the time using the figures you see on a digital clock or watch or on a 24 hour timetable. Also, the days of the week DON'T have a capital letter in Spanish.
Table of Contents
|1. Seven Days Of The Week||2. How to Say Next Week|
|3. Days Of The Week In The Present||4. Days Of The Week In The Future|
|5. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow||6. Shortened Days Of The Week|
|7. Where did the Name of the Days of the Week came From?||8. Making plural of the day of the week by adding -s at the end of the day.|
|9. Some more useful expressions of Days of the Week|
According to International standards Organization ie (ISO) Monday is the starting first day of the week. The next days globally with few exceptions are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The exceptions apply to counties based in Middle East/UAE ex Dubai where Week starts on Sunday instead of Monday.
Useful expressions to talk about things happening in coming week or days. Below are some commonly used phrases in Spanish language to talk about coming days of the week.
There are many times you would want to use names of day's of the week in Spanish while speaking or writing or in a conversation. Below are some of examples of the days of the week being used in present tense.
Babylonians named the 5 days of the week similar to planetary bodies which was adopted by Roman civilization. There were only 5 days ie Tuesday to Saturday, until Emperor Constantine decided and implemented the seven-day week in the Roman calendar which was around the year 321 and designated Sunday and Monday as the first two days of the week.
Below are useful phrases and expressions used for days of the week.
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