# Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

We will learn the relation between yesterday, today and tomorrow. There are seven days in a week. We know the name of each day of the week. Sunday is known as the first day of the week. This day is a universal holiday. Our school is always closed on this day. Next to Sunday there is Monday. Monday is the first working day.

The sequences of the week-days are as follows:

1. Sunday

2. Monday

3. Tuesday

4. Wednesday

5. Thursday

6. Friday

7. Saturday

The names of the days, their short forms and order are given here:

 Name of the day  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Short form of the name of day Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Order of the day1234567

The last day or 7$$^{th}$$ day of a week is Saturday.

Any present day is known as today

On Sunday we say ‘today is Sunday’.

On Monday we way ‘today is Monday’.

On Tuesday we say ‘today is Tuesday’.

On Wednesday we say ‘today is Wednesday’.

On Thursday we say ‘today is Thursday’.

On Friday we say ‘today is Friday’.

On Saturday we say ‘today is Saturday’, etc.

The day before today is known as yesterday.

On Sunday we say ‘yesterday was Saturday’.

On Monday we say ‘yesterday was Sunday’.

On Tuesday we say ‘yesterday was Monday’.

On Wednesday we say ‘yesterday was Tuesday’.

On Friday we say ‘yesterday was Thursday’, etc.

The day after today is called tomorrow.

On Sunday we say ‘tomorrow is Monday’.

On Wednesday we say ‘tomorrow is Thursday’.

On Thursday we say ‘tomorrow is Friday’.

On Monday we say ‘tomorrow is Tuesday’.

On Saturday we say ‘tomorrow is Sunday’, etc.

Thus, the relation between yesterday, today and tomorrow; is the day before today is yesterday and the day after today is tomorrow.

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