Mammoth Memory

Saturday – Le Samedi

(Pronounced sam-ed-ee)

On Saturday they always sat in their boat as they sailed in the harbour, but their sampan got caught in an eddy (samedi) and they were swept out to sea.

On Saturday they always sat in their boat as they sailed in the harbour, but their sampan got caught in an eddy (samedi) and they were swept out to sea.

 

The days of the week in French are all masculine, so it’s le lundi, le mardi, le mercredi, le jeudi, le vendredi, le samedi and le dimanche.

 

Imagine one of the early learner’s first lessons is the days of the week:

The days of the week in French are all masculine, so it would be le lundi, le mardi, le mercredi, le jeudi, le vendredi, le samedi and le dimanche. However, in practice, the β€œle” is rarely used before the name of a day.

 

 

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