Q: How do you say it is on Monday and Friday in french?

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To say "It's Monday" in French, you would say "C'est lundi."

"On Monday" is "le lundi" and "on Thursday" is "le jeudi" in French.

The French consider the week to start on Monday, but this is simply a calendar convention just as the American week starting on Sunday is a calendar convention. It does not change any dates or the work-week (which is still Monday-Friday).

Next Friday would be 4 days after Monday, so it would be on the following Friday.

The days of the month in French are spelled as follows: "lundi" (Monday), "mardi" (Tuesday), "mercredi" (Wednesday), "jeudi" (Thursday), "vendredi" (Friday), "samedi" (Saturday), and "dimanche" (Sunday).

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The term 'Friday - Monday' means Friday through Monday(Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday).

When you say next Monday on a Friday, it means in three days. There are two full days between Friday and Monday. The weekend, Saturday and Sunday is between Friday and Monday.

this Friday is : 'ce vendredi' in French.

To say "It's Monday" in French, you would say "C'est lundi."

Monday - Lundi Tuesday - Mardi Wednesday - Mercredi Thursday - Jeudi Friday - Vendredi Saturday - Samedi Sunday - Dimanche

No. We say Monday to Friday.

Vendredi 13 is the French spelling for Friday the 13th. 13 is 'treize' in French.

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"On Monday" is "le lundi" and "on Thursday" is "le jeudi" in French.