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

The meaning of "Thursday" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a So, Thursday night, then?
b Thursday night it is.

it is. mean?
A: "it is" is an agreement. they are agreeing that Thursday night will be the night
Q: What does Through Thursday mean?
A: Here it means 'until and including'
Q: What does I mentally ran through what I had eaten since Thursday. mean?
A: It means you tried to remember all the food you ate since Thursday.
Q: What does Throw back Thursday mean?
A: A 'Throw back' is something from the past. It is usually used to refer to an old song that people like to listen to. In this case, 'throw back thursday' is a radio show where the DJ plays songs from the past.
Q: What does Thursday 10/9C(on Drama poster) mean?
A: It means the show is on Thursdays at 10 or 9 PM depending on your timezone

Synonyms of "Thursday" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between on Thursday and on a Thursday ?
A: “On Thursday” means the following Thursday. “On a Thursday” could mean any Thursday in a month

Translations of "Thursday"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Thursday.
A: Thursday
(The S is a Z sound)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I will be available this Thursday towards? (is it correct?)
A: Do you mean from Thursday you will be free? If so, it should be, I will be available this Thursday onwards.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I woke up and get myself ready for going to work... But it turned out it is Thursday... Which is my dayoff

I was dying my hairs when my mom was like " are you gonna work? It's Thursday 😂'
A: I woke up and got myself ready for work, but it turned out it’s Thursday which is my day off

I was dying my hair when my mum was like “are you going to work? it’s Thursday

(the hair on your head is always singular)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Thursday
A: here you go
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Thursday
A: like this

Other questions about "Thursday"

Q: And if it is necessary , please allow me to work on Thursday. does this sound natural?
A: I'm not too sure who the necessary refers to, if it's you, it may sound better as : If it's possible, could I work on Thursday?
Q: ​​必要な時には木曜日にも出勤させてもらいたい

When it is necessary, let me work on Thursday, too. does this sound natural?
A: Another option:
"If/when I am needed, I can work on Thursday, too."
Q: It seems like Thursday is better for them to get together. does this sound natural?
A: it seems like Thursday would be a better day for them to get together.
Q: Last Thursday was my mother's birthday.
(Pronunciation, intonation) does this sound natural?
A: Just pronounce the "Th" in Thursday more and you're good!
Q: I'm not able to participate in this Thursday English conversation class, because I'm supposed to go to Busan city for training at my company.
Or
because I'm supposed to receive an training at my company does this sound natural?
A: First one was 95% natural:
I'm not able to participate in this Thursday's English conversation class, because I'm supposed to go to Busan city for training at my company.

Slightly odd sounding but correct:
...because I'm supposed to receive training at my company.

How I'd say it:
I can't come to Thursday's English conversation class because I'm supposed to be in Busan for some work training.

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