Sunday is the answer.
Today = Tuesday Tomorrow = Wednesday The day after tomorrow = Thursday One day before the day after tomorrow = Wednesday
Today is Tuesday the day after tomorrow is Thursday.So it's Friday.Tuesday is two away from Wednesday,Friday is two away from Wednesday.The day before yesterday from Friday is Wednesday,the day before yesterdayfrom Tuesday is Sunday. The answer is Wednesday!-Katie
Sunday Day before yesterday = Wednesday Yesterday = Thursday Today = Friday Tomorrow = Saturday Day after Tomorrow = Sunday
Five days after Wednesday is Monday. So if Monday is the day after tomorrow, today is Saturday.
Many options: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, or Today, Tomorrow and the Day after Tomorrow, or name them in a language other than English.
Today would be Monday
Yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Today If this is Wednesday, then on Tuesday, Wednesday was 'tomorrow', and on Thursday it will be 'yesterday'.
Sunday. Why? The day before the day before yesterday was Monday implies that today is Thursday. This is true because the 'day before yesterday (Wednesday)' would be Tuesday, and the day before Tuesday is Monday. Since today is Thursday, that means that the "day after tomorrow(Friday)" is Saturday, and the day after that is Sunday. *** uh, that is incorrect. if TODAY is WEDNESDAY, then YESTERDAY would be TUESDAY, and the DAY BEFORE that would be MONDAY. now that we've established that TODAY is WEDNESDAY, then TOMORROW would be THURSDAY, and the DAY AFTER would be FRIDAY. so the ANSWER IS FRIDAY. *** never mind. misread the question.
The day before Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday is tomorrow, therefore Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day) is TODAY, February 21, 2012.
The answer is yesterday.'Yesterday' is the day before today, but in the dictionary, the word 'yesterday' is after the word 'tomorrow'!
today Before yesterday passed, it was today. When tomorrow comes, it will be today.
If you are reading this today, it is Wednesday, however, if you are reading it tomorrow then today is Thursday; or if you are reading it on tomorrow's tomorrow, today is Friday; but then again, reading it on tomorrow's tomorrow's tomorrow, today is Saturday, and so on. So depending when you are reading this relative to when I wrote it, today is Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday or Tuesday. However, if you look at the history for this question, you will see that I am writing this on the 6th of June 2012 and today (whilst I am writing it) is Wednesday.
It's Thursday because:Today is Wednesday tomorrow is ThursdayThursdays yesterday is Wednesday,the day after Wednesdayis Thursday -Katie
The answer is Thursday!
I believe it is Tuesday.
Today comes before yesterday and tomorrow in a dictionary!
day before Friday = Thursday three days ago = Friday Saturday Sunday = today day after tomorrow = Monday Tuesday Answer: Tuesday
Today is Friday