Did you know Monday facts?

Monday has an association with the Moon. The Latin term for Monday is Dies Lunae, which literally translates to Day of the Moon. The Old English word Monandaeg inherited this and passed it on to the Middle English word Monenday. From there, we have the modern English word Monday.

How do you say Monday in plural?

The plural of “Monday” is “Mondays.” This is the same for the other days of the week.

Is it right to say on Monday?

Rules and Examples RULE: Use the plural form of a day of the week when you talk about it in general, when the fact repeats. INCORRECT: I always work on Monday. CORRECT: I always work on Mondays. Notice that the sentence contains a verb in the Simple Present and an adverb of frequency.

What’s so great about Mondays?

Monday can be the best day as you regain your focus to push for your goals. Monday is a great day to really throw yourself into your tasks, and get ahead of yourself for the week. Tick loads of boxes on a Monday, and your future self will be most grateful.

What is a fun fact of the day?

Wearing headphones for just an hour could increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 times. In the course of an average lifetime, while sleeping you might eat around 70 assorted insects and 10 spiders, or more. Some lipsticks contain fish scales. Cat urine glows under a black-light.

Did you know Friday facts?

Friday is also associated with the astrological signs of Libra and Taurus. In the Thai Solar Calendar, blue is the color associated with Friday. In Christianity, Good Friday is the Friday before Easter and it commemorates the day of Jesus’ crucifixion.

Is Friday’s correct?

When you have a plural word, such as tacos or Fridays, no apostrophe is required. It’s a simple rule, but students often add errant apostrophes.

Is it correct to say Tuesdays?

The word Tuesdays can be used as an adverb meaning every Tuesday or on Tuesdays, as in I work Tuesdays or The restaurant is closed Tuesdays. Tuesdays is of course also the plural of Tuesday, the name of the weekday between Monday and Wednesday.

Do you write Mondays or Mondays?

If you’re talking about all of the (plural) bloodies you’ll have on Sunday, no apostrophe is needed! The same applies to days of the week…you don’t love Monday’s, unless you love something that belongs to Monday (like Monday’s vibe). You love Mondays! Plural…all the Mondays!

Can we say Tuesdays?

Why do we love Mondays?

Monday is an opportunity to start fresh Everyone loves a clean slate. We make countless New Year resolutions, we postpone tasks for tomorrow (a brand new day), and we always choose Mondays to start a new habit.

How do you make Mondays special?

But, there are a few simple things you can do to make them suck at least a little bit less.

  1. Go to Bed Early. Making Monday more tolerable actually starts before that dreaded day ever actually rolls around.
  2. Chug a Glass of Water.
  3. Avoid Morning Meetings.
  4. Start With Something Productive.
  5. Do Something You Enjoy.
  6. Smile.

What are the most interesting facts about Mondays?

It’s called ‘Blue Monday’ for a reason. Monday is commonly referred to as a “suicide day,” being that day when most people take their own lives. 20. Take care on Mondays. There’s a 20% increase of heart attacks on a Monday, known as “Heart attack day”. The precise science behind this fact is unknown, but Mondays are the least rainy day of the week.

What does Monday mean in different languages?

The Latin term for Monday is “Dies Lunae”, which literally means “Day of the Moon”. In Chinese, Monday is “xīngqīyī” which translated “day one of the week.” In Turkey, Monday is called “Pazartesi” meaning “after Sunday.” Monday also means “after Sunday/holiday” in many Slavic languages.

How long does the average person Moan on a Monday?

On a Monday the average person moans for 34 minutes, compared to the other days (22 minutes) according to a 2011 study. 8. The weekend catches up with us all. It’s Monday and you’re late for work?

Why is it called Miracle Monday?

“Miracle Monday” is a Superman novel written by Eliott S. Magin. First published in 1981, the novel involves Superman combating a demon from hell who wanted to break Superman’s sense of morality. Luckily, in the end, Superman was successful in banishing the demon back to hell, on the third Monday of May, hence the novel’s name Miracle Monday.