|There are seven days of the week.
|Sunday is a day of rest for some people, but many people still have to work.
|Quite a few people go to church on a Sunday.
|On Monday morning, we go back to school after the weekend.
|Many people say that they don’t like Monday because it is the beginning of the work week.
|Tuesday is a school day and a working day.
|I don’t think that there is anything special about a Tuesday.
|Wednesday is the middle of the work week.
|On Thursday, many of the stores and malls stay open later.
|It gives you a chance to run some errands on a Thursday night.
|On Friday, you feel like the work week is nearly over.
|Some people say, “thank goodness it is Friday.”
|They look forward to the weekend.
|On Saturday, many people can sleep in late.
|People get errands done on Saturday.
|You see a lot of people in the grocery store on a Saturday.
|Most children look forward to Saturday so that they can play with their friends.
|Then, Sunday comes again.
|The weeks turn into months, and the months turn into years.
|Time goes by quite quickly.
Exercise for this lesson:
- How many days are there in a week?
- What is Sunday often considered for some people, and what do many people do on Sundays?
- How do many people feel about Monday, and why?
- What kind of day is Tuesday described as?
- What is significant about Wednesday in relation to the work week?
- What happens on Thursday that allows people to run errands?
- How do people typically feel about Friday, and why?
- What is special about Saturday for many people?
- What do most children look forward to on Saturdays?
- What is the observation about time in the last part of the text?
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