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In session 10 we are talking the days of the week. We also call them "the weekdays". British people might drive on the left side of the road and a lot of things are different in England but a British week is as long as a week in Germany. It has seven days. Today, for instance, is Friday and it's the start of the weekend. Isn't that interesting -- the start of the end of the week.

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If today is Friday, then which day is tomorrow? Of course, tomorrow is Saturday. Do you remember the American movie "Saturday Night Fever" with John Travolta? I'm sure you do. If you do not, you should ask your parents. Which day comes after Saturday? Yes, it's Sunday. How do you spend your Sundays? Unfortunately, not every Sunday is a sunny day.

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