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

The meaning of "Wednesday" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does It is mid-week again so soon, wasn’t it Wednesday just two days ago? It feels like that! That was a well typed out piece of work!

What does “That was a well typed out piece of work!” mean? mean?
A: It means the written thing (text, paragraph, ...) was typed in a good way.
Overall it means it was good.
Q: What does You are free next Wednesday and Thursday. It happens that I’ll be free next Wednesday, May 19. mean?
A: they are free, they are saying "it just so happens" which means coincidentally, surprisingly, by chance.
Q: What does I lost north of $100,000 last Wednesday.

Can you explain me what does "north" mean? Is it slang? mean?
A: more than $100,000

You have to scroll down pretty far in the link below to see this definition.
"north of

used to say that an amount is more than the one stated:
The company's market cap is now north of $160 billion."
https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/north
Q: What does The deceased was discovered shortly before 7 p.m. Wednesday, triggering a large police presence at the property that remained through much of Thursday. mean?
A: The "dead person" was found just before 7 pm Wednesday, "causing" a large "number of" police at the "house(?)" that remained most of Thursday.

Example sentences using "Wednesday"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I worked all day today. so I felt a little tired. Maybe I could fall asleep now..
A:
Almost,

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018, sunny.

I worked all day today, so I feel a little tired. Maybe I can fall asleep now..."

Only 2 very small mistakes. :)

Synonyms of "Wednesday" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between On Wednesday I spent all the day revising for my biology exam. and On Wednesday I spent all day revising for my biology exam. ?
A: Second one is grammatically correct.
Q: What is the difference between She phoned me on Wednesday and we met on Friday. and She phoned me on the Wednesday and we met on the Friday. ?
A: No difference meaning wise, you can say both.

Saying it without "the" sounds more natural though.

The/That/That/A/An are all given to nouns only to your other questions I forgot to mention that before haha)
Q: What is the difference between Wednesday's and Wednesdays ?
A: Wednesday's can also be possessive form, though it isn't often used.

"I expect Wednesday's weather to be rainy."
Q: What is the difference between "I can't make it this Wednesday" and "I can't make it to this Wednesday" ?
A: Agree. ^ The first one "I can't make it this Wednesday" sounds natural.

Translations of "Wednesday"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 5/22 Wednesday
Today, I had a Japanese history test. I got a perfect score on the test, because I studied a lot last night.
I ate some marshmallows.I love marshmallow soooo much!!!!

Is this expression natural??
A: 5/22
Wednesday
Today, I had a Japanese history test. I got a perfect score on the test because I studied a lot last night.
I also ate some marshmallows. I love marshmallows sooo much!!!

*Your original text was almost perfect! Just one unnecessary comma and a missing ‘s’ in marshmallows
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How about this Wednesday, September 5, at 11am?
A: you’re sentence makes perfect sense. The commas are placed in the correct parts of your sentence
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Wednesday
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Wednesday
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Wednesday
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Q: How are you doing? I hope you are having an awesome Wednesday and enjoy the rest of your day. does this sound natural?
A: Little bit of an accent but it's not very noticeable. I think it's your rhythm or intonation.. But your English is excellent!
Q: I would like to confirm if you are available on this Wednesday. does this sound natural?
A: I would like to confirm that* you're avaliable on (or this) Wednesday.
You shouldn't say "on this" Wednesday. It sounds a little weird. Just pick one. On or this are both fine. Neither is more natural. It's purely your choice.
Q: "Actually I'm available from 8:00am to 10 am on Wednesday in your time(I'm living in Korea and he is living in Britain so I want to make sure that this is time of Britain)." does this sound natural?
A: I'm available from 8-10am your time on Wednesday

Actually
You can put this if you're correcting someone. If not, then it's not necessary to add "actually"
Q: "the Wednesday before last" does this sound natural?
A: You can also say "Two Wednesdays ago"
Whens day , what a word. Spelled weirdly and pronounced just as weirdly

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