06 Oct 10:05 PM
Question about English (US)
How do you say this in English (US)? what phrases do people use when they don't pay attention to what day/date it is? like for example you are on a summer/winter break etc and you don't really keep track of the days/dates, so you can't answer what day it is when asked.
"(have) lost track of". can I use it for day/date as well? and if there is any, what other expressions do people use?
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