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

The meaning of "Monday" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Monday schmonday mean?
A: When people add "sch" in front of a word like that, it usually means they aren't worried don't care about it. It is also used as in a joking manner.
For Example:
"I'm going to have some beer tonight"
"But it's Monday tomorrow. Don't you have work on Monday?"
"Monday schmonday. I'll just call in sick tomorrow"
In this example, he's paying no attention to the fact it's Monday and is going to drink anyway.
Q: What does "I was out Monday for the first time ever and my music teacher never docked me" mean?
A: It would mean she missed a class, for the first time, but her teacher didnt punish her for it.
Q: What does on Monday, he returned to square one.
What does 'to square one' mean? mean?
A: He went back to where he started from/started from scratch/started from the beginning
Q: What does On Monday Mr Trump provided some additional details about the temporary Muslim ban that he proposed (or "suggested", depending on when you ask him). mean?
A: It means he doesn't always give the same answer.
Q: What does "Why Monday of all days!?" mean?
A: Because we consider Monday the worst day of the week since it is the beginning of a new week, so "Why Monday of all days" is like saying: this day already sucks, why does it have to suck more because of this thing? Or to use another phrase, adding insult to injury.

Example sentences using "Monday"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 1. On the Monday
2. On the Mondays
A: thank you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with Monday morning quarterback.
A: I have never heard the term “Monday Morning Quarterback” used in the US. It isn’t a common expression.

Here’s an example: “People love watching his show on CNN. I can’t stand him. He’s nothing more than a Monday Morning Quarterback who only gives commentary and advice after things have already happened.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with “Monday through Friday” and “from Monday to Friday”.
A: Yes, from Monday to Friday sounds natural.

"I work at the café from Monday to Friday."
"They have a class on P.E. from Monday to Friday."

Synonyms of "Monday" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between A) On a Monday and B) On Monday ?
A: For the first sentence, “on a Monday” means that it can be any Monday, past, present, or future. “On Monday” means the following Monday.
Q: What is the difference between blue Monday and Monday blue ?
A: Blue Monday- 1 월 중 어느 날이 가장 우울한 날로 여겨졌습니다.

Monday blues-그것이 월요일이고 주말이 끝났기 때문에 슬프다.
Q: What is the difference between every Monday and on Mondays ?
A: Every Monday means each Monday, all year long. On Mondays means something might occur on Mondays, but maybe not every Monday, though it could. It's a subtle difference.
Q: What is the difference between until Monday and by Monday ?
A: @sallykyoko: "until 3pm" suggests you will be at that place before 3pm but at 3pm you will leave. "by 3pm" suggests you are not yet at that place but you are trying to arrive no later than 3pm
Q: What is the difference between by Monday and on Monday ?
A: By Monday means anytime before Monday or Monday at the latest. Example..Saturday or Sunday as they are before Monday.

On Monday means anytime before Monday ends. Example...Usually in a work setting this means before the end of the business day ie. 4-6pm.

Translations of "Monday"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? From Monday to/until Friday
Are there any expressions can convey the same as the above
A: Starting...till/ up to

This course will be starting this May till the end of June
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can I say:
It is Monday since I last met her.
It is 2 years ago since I last met her.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 月曜日はあまり好きではない、なぜなら また仕事に行かなければならないからだ 生きていくのは楽ではない I hate Monday, since l have to go to my office to work.It isn’t easy to live my life.
A: Small correction:
I hate Mondays because I have to go to work again.
It isn’t easy to live my life. - good as is.
Also possible:
My life is not easy.
Life is tough.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "Monday is garbage collection day" Is this natural?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I don’t want to meet on Monday. I feel like getting sick because Monday is returning. Do you have specific word for that?
A: We don't have a specific word as far as I know, but usually in English you can just say 'Mondays make me feel sick' and everyone will probably agree with you.

Other questions about "Monday"

Q: I always feel tired it's monday.
We normally call Monday aliment.
I think people who anywhere or anycontury is like that.
It makes me unhappy. So I'll try to get it the better way.
Maybe it gives me happy or something.
It's important to be happy or like that Does this sound natural?
A: I tried to break down your paragraph as best as I could, I hope it helps! :) Keep trying, I know it is really hard to learn a new language!

'I always feel tired on Mondays, this is normally called Monday ailment. I think a lot of people in any country would feel the same way. It makes me unhappy, so I'll try my best to be happy because it is important to do so.'
Q: It's Monday tomorrow again. Does this sound natural?
A: "It's" in this sentence means the current time, like 今. But "tomorrow" expresses the future, of course. So your sentence sounds like "今、明日はもう月曜日だ"っぽい。But to fix it in English, you only have to replace "it" with "tomorrow": "Tomorrow's Monday again." I could explain to you why, but I think my English might get a little too complicated, and I don't know if my Japanese is good enough. But let me know if you'd like me to try!
Q: She is available through Monday to Friday. Does this sound natural?
A: She is available from Monday to Friday
Q: Can I say I am free on Monday or I have spare time on Monday? If I want make an appointment with someone. Which is more natural? Or do you have another way to say that? Does this sound natural?
A: Absolutely, that's another great way of saying it! I actually prefer to say it that way instead.
Q: •It's probably going to rain from Monday to Friday.
•It's probably going to rain from Monday through Friday.

How different these are
A: same thing but #2 is the most common

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