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

The meaning of "Tuesday" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does On Tuesday, a Twitter user created a thread. mean?
A: Threads on Twitter are often created when people have a lot to say about a specific subject. So if a user created a thread on a Tuesday, they most likely went into detail about something that was important to them on that Tuesday.

sorry if it's a bit vague but i hope it helps!
Q: What does to be non-communicative by Tuesday mean?
A: It means they're not willing to talk by Tuesday. I'm not sure what the context is, but it sounds like someone is either busy or not very cooperative
Q: What does This past Tuesday while he was in town for a SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT mean?
A: speaking engagement = you have been hired to give a speech to a group
Q: What does Please come by this coming Tuesday for an chat. mean?
A: It means that your supervisor wants to talk to you on Tuesday (I guess you have to go to his/her office)
Q: What does We meet every other Tuesday. mean?
A: it means that you meet with them on tuesday on one week, do not meet with them the second week, and meet with them on tuesday the third week. this repeats on and on

Example sentences using "Tuesday"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Tuesday, December 4, 2018, Rain.

Today it is raining, I really the rain
and I feel good it.

- My daily diary- .
A: I’m not sure what it is your asking... do you want for examples of sentences with the date and about rain?

Synonyms of "Tuesday" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Can we get together on this Tuesday? and It would be great that we could get together on this Tuesday. ?
A: You shouldn't use both "on" and "this" just use one of them

The first sentence is just a simple question

The second sentence is saying that you would be happy if you can meet

Hope this helps 😊
Q: What is the difference between Tuesday would work for me. and Tuesday would be fine. ?
A: work for me 都合がいい
would be fine 大丈夫

Q: What is the difference between It's Tuesday today. and Today is Tuesday. ?
A: There's not much difference. Maybe if I was talking on the phone, and I wanted to make sure the person understood me, I would say, "Today is Tuesday," because it sound a tiny bit more clear or direct. ;)

Translations of "Tuesday"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can I say this? : "Let's make it next Tuesday."
A: If you are scheduling something, this works perfectly. you could also say “What about doing it next Tuesday?” or “Are you free on tuesday?”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? on Tuesday, September 10th or on Tuesday in 10th of September?
A: On Tuesday, September 10th
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? i just let you know again that
I can only make it on Tuesday or Wednesday in the afternoon shift since i have morning classes. is this correct????
A: “Just to remind you that I can only make it on either Tuesday or Wednesday for the afternoon shift since I have morning classes.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Tuesday
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When you say "next Tuesday" on Sunday, does this mean two days after? or nine days after?
A: yes correct ^

Other questions about "Tuesday"

Q: I'm sorry but I believe that Tuesday doesn't work for me. How about Wednesday? does this sound natural?
A: Sounds great! But it might sound even more natural if you said, "I'm sorry but I don't think Tuesday will work for me. How about Wednesday?"
Q: I tried to talk to you on Tuesday about cancel the schedule but end up forgot to let you know we will be away on yesterday. does this sound natural?
A: I tried to talk you on Tuesday about rescheduling the meeting since we would be away, but I ended up forgetting to let you know.
Q: Can I have you over Tuesday Afternoon for a Coffee in my house? does this sound natural?
A: May i invite you to come over my house for a cup of coffee this Tuesday afternoon?
(this sounds more polite)
Q: I assume that it's due on Tuesday. does this sound natural?
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Q: On Tuesday, I asked a unknown colleague for help and he replied me for asking the details and told that he would like to help me. I really appreciate it. On Friday, my boss let me ask him how the thing is going. How can I do it without giving him any pressure and offense?
A: You can say "I just want to ask, how is the thing going so far? Are you having any troubles?"

I always ask "Are you having any troubles" because it sounds like you care and there's less pressure.

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