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

  • The meaning of "Sundays" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. The dogs do not understand that Sundays are for doing nothing. The dogs want to go out and do something while the owner thinks Sunday's are sit down and do nothing days.

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    2. "I really want to know" - You desire to know something a lot Sunday's is the plural of Sunday, when you are talking about more than one Sunday you would use Sunday's

  • Similar words to "Sundays" and their differences

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    2. 'Every Sunday' implies that you do the same thing each week but 'On Sundays' is more general and doesn't have to include fixed plans. 'Every Sunday he goes to church' = he does the same thing each week. 'On Sundays she likes to cook, read or go shopping' = There isn't a set thing she does each week, it's more of a general idea of what she does on Sundays.

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    2. On Sundays, I like to go for a long bike ride. That doesn't necessarily mean that I go every Sunday. It just means that that is what I like to do on Sundays. Every Sunday I watch a movie with my daughter. In this case, we watch a movie on Sundays has the same meaning.

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    2. “On Sundays” means she goes to church only on Sunday. It does not say HOW MANY Sundays she goes to church on. It could be every Sunday, or it could only be one Sunday. “Every Sunday” means she goes to church on ALL Sundays.

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    2. "as they are a privately owned shop" would sound more natural. But this does make sense!

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    2. @anh_thy@anh_ today I 'll rest it's Sunday and I'll also cook some dishes for my family, I'll cook fried spring rolls with cakes and vermiceilli there is raw vegetables with dipping sauce

  • Other questions about "Sundays"

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    2. 2 is weong. 3 is the most logical but 1 is verrrrry common in speaking and is acceptable

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    2. for me

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    2. This sounds more natural: "Can we have a play date some other time? Sorry. That’s fine! Let’s plan for some other weekend. We are free on Saturday afternoons and on Sundays except for the 17th of this month. Let me know when you make plans."

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    2. 2) the weather is getting colder, not more colder because you already added the "more" when you addsd "er" to the cold. 3) she's speaking loudly (/louder), or she makes noises 4) tomorrow, I'm going to the university. not at. 5) I'm getting a green card on May 7th, or I'm getting a green card on the 7th of may. 7) he is constantly making noise. 8) I'm always waiting for him on sundays. 9) you always have many plans 10) I'm driving the car right now, or I'm driving the car at the moment 11) he's doing his homework at the moment (not sure if that's what you meant, but if he's doing another person who's a female homework - you're correct) 13) i got up at 5.30 a.m 16) the weather "became bad" when i was going to the gym, or the weather "became bad" when i was on my way to the gym.

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    2. Both but they mean different things: "It was unusual for him to...." = "He rarely....." "It was unusual of him to..." = "He got up early, which was unusual"

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    2. “Dear all of our valued ED Visa students, Thank you very much for studying at our school for ED Visa course, appreciated. As number of our ED Visa students has been increasing month by month, our Thai Culture Classes (TCC) every Saturday are having more and more students enrolls. And our class room has been getting tight. So we will start to prepare to have two kind of TCC on every Saturday, or one on Saturdays one on Sundays. This will be able to provide options for our valued students to choose topics which would like to attend. We try to start to open two Thai Culture Class start from some time July or August. In this opportunity, I appreciate if you could let us know any topics which you would like to study. Again, thanks a lot for studying wiht us. Sincerely,” - Let us begin! This paragraph has many errors that impede a proper understanding. “Dear all of our valued ED Visa students” A better format would be - “Dear valued ED Visa students,” This is because “visa students” is already plural which removes the need for “all of our” which describe the same idea. You could also say - “To all of our valued ED Visa students,” This is because you are addressing all the students directly without a formal greeting such as “Dear” - “Thank you very much for studying at our school for ED Visa course, appreciated.” A correct format would be- “Thank you very much for studying the ED Visa course at our school.” You can remove “appreciated” because this word is unnecessary to the idea because you have already said “thank you”. Or you can have it in a separate sentence - “We appreciate you.” “We appreciate your time” “we appreciated your time” “we appreciated having you” The phrase “at our school” is moved to another part of the sentence to make it fit grammatically, because it makes more sense to describe where the course took place after presenting the main idea which is “thank you for studying our course.” and we add “the” To describe a specific course such as “The ED Visa course” - “As number of our ED Visa students has been increasing month by month, our Thai Culture Classes (TCC) every Saturday are having more and more students enrolls. And our class room has been getting tight” A better way to say this is - “As the number of our students have been increasing each month, our Thai Culture Classes (TCC) on Saturday’s are becoming full.” This sentence is simplified, to include all the information without being repetitive. We add “the” into “As the number of” because “the” helps to connect “as” and “number” together properly in English. We remove “ED Visa” because the paragraph as a whole already has “ED Visa” as the main topic which was presented in the opening statement. We remove “month by month” because it is a repeat or double phrase which can easily be replaced with “each month” to describe the same idea with better grammar. We simplified “our Thai Culture Classes (TCC) every Saturday are having more and more students enrolls. And our class room has been getting tight” Into “our Thai Culture Classes (TCC) on Saturday’s are becoming full.” We did this because the original sentence had excess information that is better presented in fewer words that still present the same information. We changed “every Saturday” into “on Saturday’s” because “Saturday’s” is the plural form of the word and we no longer need to say “every” To make present the idea. We changed “are having more and more students enrolls. And our class room has been getting tight” Into “are becoming full.” Because this is simplified to present the same idea without adding extra words. “Are becoming full.” Tells is that the class rooms are filled with students already and there is no need to explain why they are becoming full because we get that information from the context. - “So we will start to prepare to have two kind of TCC on every Saturday, or one on Saturdays one on Sundays. This will be able to provide options for our valued students to choose topics which would like to attend” A proper way to say this would be- “We are now preparing to have two kinds of TCC on Saturday, or one class on Saturday and Sunday. This will provide our valued students with options to choose the topics they would like to study.” We changed “So we will start to prepare to have two kind of TCC on every Saturday, or one on saturdays one on sundays.” Into “We are now preparing to have two kinds of TCC on Saturday, or one class on Saturday and Sunday.” We removed “So” because it is unneeded for the context. We changed “will start to prepare” into “We are preparing” because it is a simple way to describe the same idea. We changed “kind” into “kinds” to show that it is plural. We changed “every Saturday, or one on Saturdays and one sundays.” Into “Saturday, or one class on Saturday and Sunday.” This change was made to reduce saying the same thing over again with words that already describe the format. We did these changes to remove unnecessary words that inhibit the sentence from flowing naturally, while keeping the information and idea the same by changing some words to a plural form. We changed “This will be able to provide options for our valued students to choose topics which would like to attend” into “This will provide our valued students with options to choose the topics they would like to study.” We changed the sentence structure to better fit a natural flowing sentence. We removed “will be able to” and simplified it into “will”. We moved “our valued students” because this format describes what or who you are providing a service to before describing the service itself. We simplified and corrected “options for our valued students to choose topics which would like to attend” into “our valued students with options to choose the topics they would like to study.” We made these changes in format to simplify the subject that the sentence is describing, while keeping the grammar correct. We moved “valued” in front of “students” because the word is describing what kind of students they are. And we reduced and corrected grammar to fix “options to choose topics which would like to attend” so that it is easier for the reader to understand - “options to choose the topics they would like to study.” We changed “attend” into “study” because the word study fits the context of the idea better. - “We try to start to open two Thai Culture Class start from some time July or August. In this opportunity, I appreciate if you could let us know any topics which you would like to study.” A better format would be - “Our plan is to open these classes some time between July or August. Please take this opportunity to let us know which topics you would like to study.” We changed “We try to start to open two Thai Culture Class start from” into “Our plan is to open” because this change simplifies the sentence while keeping the idea presented the same. The changes made are “we try to start to open” into “Our plan” because you are describing your future plans. We also added a period after “July or August.” Because it shows that we have completed one idea in the paragraph. We also changed “In this opportunity, I appreciate if you could let us know any topics which you would like to study.” Into “Please take this opportunity to let us know which topics you would like to study.” These changes were done, because the sentence had mistakes in grammar and sentence structure. We removed “I appreciate if you” and moved it to the beginning of the sentence by changing it to “please”. This change is made because “please” describes a polite way of asking for feedback in this context and the reader already knows you will appreciate their ideas. We changed “in this opportunity” and made it “Please take this opportunity” because this format correctly lays out the theme of your request. We changed “if you could let us know any topics which you would like to study.” Into “to let us know which topics you would like to study.” Because this is a simple way to configure the sentence in proper grammar with less confusion of the words used. We moved the word “which” in front of “topics” because the word “which” is describing the word “topics” - and finally “Again, thanks a lot for studying wiht us. Sincerely,” This sentence has poor format with some improper grammar. It is correctly stated as- “Again, thank you very much for studying with us. Sincerely,” We change “thanks a lot for” Into “thank you very much for” We change this for a simple reason- “a lot” is improper English and does not reflect a professional business well. It is much more professional to give your finishing thanks, with the correct format by saying “thank you very much for” An extra note is that it’s also the correct and professional format to insert 2 ‘tab’ spaces, before “sincerely” to show that you are ending the letter and telling the reader who you are. - I sincerely hope this has helped you. I spent an hour breaking down the changes and describing why they were made, in hopes that you gain a better understanding of proper grammar and format in the English language!!!

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