Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Friday"

The meaning of "Friday" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the Friday evening DASH mean?
A: it means a jog or sprint
Q: What does “Geeking on a Friday?” mean?
A: Based on my understanding of context it would mean engaging, discussing or researching about some technical stuff, some subject, maybe computer related stuff that requires mental resources or thinking, on a Friday evening when people are expected to go out, party and enjoy. If you could provide me the context I would be able to help you out in a better way. One example can be when my friends ask me to party on Friday and I say that I am learning more about new intel 8th gen i7 processor, they may ask me why are you geeking on a Friday.
Q: What does I suppose I can look forward to Friday tho. mean?
A: That even though today might not be a good day, Friday is coming and that means the weekend is after that. Lol
Q: What does Friday Fours mean?
A: In this case, "Friday Fours" is the name of a video series that "Feliks Zemdegs" does. The name is probably because it is released every Friday, and he solves the rubix cube in four seconds, so "Friday Fours" :)
Q: What does Not doing until Friday mean?
A: puedes decir cómo No hago nada hasta el viernes o no lo hago hasta viernes

Example sentences using "Friday"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Friday is always happy for me
because I think that tomorrow is Saturday and I will rest a lot.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with Friday.
A: My birthday is on Friday / Friday is my birthday.
I have to work [on] Friday.
Are you busy Friday?
I can't wait till Friday.
I'm leaving [on] Friday
Q: Please show me example sentences with Friday .
A: Sexta-feira = Friday

Today is Friday; I am excited for the weekend!
The meeting is on Friday.
The day after Thursday is Friday.

Synonyms of "Friday" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between before Friday and by Friday ?
A: "before Friday" = this is due before Friday (Midnight Thursday or sooner)
"by Friday" = this is due on Friday or sooner.
Q: What is the difference between I don't think I'm going to get this done by Friday. and I wouldn't be able to get this done by Friday ?
A: In sentence #1, the speaker sounds uncertain.
In sentence #2, the speaker is certain about their lack of skill or lack of time.
Q: What is the difference between on Friday evening and on friday night ?
A: First one is at happening/happened/will happen at evening and the second one at night.
Q: What is the difference between I'll see you next Friday. and I'll see you on next Friday. ?
A: people don't typically use the second example like that, more like this;
I'll see you on Friday (same week)
or like the first example
I'll see you next Friday (following week)
Q: What is the difference between I'm leaving on next Friday and I'll be leaving on next Friday ?
A: None. The second is a tiny bit more formal. The "on" should be removed, however.

Translations of "Friday"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Friday
you are welcome ...
acho que a melhor dica que posso te dar é
procure ouvir e repetir muitas e muitas vezes ..
grave sempre o que você falar e use um fone de ouvido para ouvir o que os nativos falam e também como ficou o que você gravou.
Não se preocupe com medo de errar ... os gringos vão adorar o seu sotaque brasileiro...

break a leg
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? main Friday ko ek baar call karke confirm kar lungi
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? main Friday ko call karke ek baar air confirm karungi
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It is social Friday, so who's ready to party tonight
A: Me suena bien tu frase, pero optaría por "It's" en vez de "it is" ya que el resto de la frase está escrito con lenguaje informal.

Other questions about "Friday"

Q: I want to finish them by this Friday. Does this sound natural?
A: The beginning of your Friday doesn't have enough of the "f" sound, so it sounds like you're starting your word with a "wa". The f in finish sounds better though.
Q: Generally, do you include Friday on "weekend"?
A: Usually Friday evening can be included in "weekend"
Q: It's Friday today.
"I went to the gym last Tuesday."
"I went to the gym this Tuesday."
Are these same or different?
A: Last Tuesday would be for last week.

This Tuesday would be the same week
Q: It's Friday here today. (When talking with a friend overseas on the phone) Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "It's Friday (over) here" for a more natural sound. But the original way is great too! :)
Q: Come Friday! That calls for a celebration. Does this sound natural?
A: Come up Friday! This is a call for a celebration.

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