關於Weekend的意思和用法的提問

包含"Weekend"的句子的意思

Q: to rent "over he weekend"是什麼意思
A: It means that *throughout* the weekend, you will be renting this particular item
Q: We often go away at weekends是什麼意思
A: They often go to out of town places on the weekends.
Q: how is your weekend going是什麼意思
A: It means, it’s a weekend now, and the person is asking how you are doing during the weekend.

You may reply with “it’s going well” or you can describe what you’ve been doing during the weekend.
Q: How is your weekend going btw ?是什麼意思
A: They are asking if you are enjoying Saturday/Sunday.
btw- means by the way
Q: There was one full weekend是什麼意思
A: 「土曜日と日曜日」を意味します :)

"Weekend" 的用法和例句

Q: 請提供關於 How was your weekend? 的例句給我。
A: You can say:

How was your weekend?
Have a good weekend?
What’d you get up to this weekend?
Do anything fun this weekend?
Q: 請提供關於 'What are you up to this weekend"? 的例句給我。
A: 'What are you up to this weekend"? "I'm going to cut the lawn tomorrow, and then on Sunday I am going for a long walk with some friends, followed by a drink at the local pub".
Q: 請提供關於 weekends 的例句給我。
A:

Sosoglamed's explanation pretty much explains it, so there's no need for me to answer it now, but I figured I'd answer it anyway.

My answer may be too long & confusing. If it is, just ignore it.

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WEEK

On the calendar, one week looks like this:
SUNDAY, Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri., SATURDAY.

In most people's minds though, one week looks like this:
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri., SATURDAY, SUNDAY.

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WORK WEEK

A "work week" is Monday - Friday. 5 days.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

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WEEKEND

We think of Monday as being the start of the week and Sunday as being the end.

That's why the word is "weekend". Week.......end. And that's why Sunday is part of the weekend, even though it's at the beginning when it's on the calender.

The weekend is really only two days, Saturday and Sunday. But everybody gets really excited on Friday 'cause work is over, so we start celebrating and include that day too. It's sort of like a friend of your family that you call your aunt and uncle because you are really close to them, but they're not really your aunt or uncle by blood. So the real weekend is still only Saturday and Sunday.

Weekend is singular.
(Saturday/Sunday) = weekend

I think the original sentence correction that made you wonder about the word "weekends" was this sentence:

Yours:
oh yes. I bought an electric piano a few months ago and tried to climb a new mountain every weekends.

Correction:
oh yes. I bought an electric piano a few months ago and tried to climb a new mountain every weekend(DELETE "s").

To help you understand why I wrote (DELETE "s") I will write the complete sentence. There is an implied word in it.

"I bought an electric piano a few months ago and tried to climb a new mountain every SINGLE weekend."

Do you see why it is "weekend" instead of "weekends" now?

Btw, the word "every" always comes before a singular noun.
https://bit.ly/2LgLErZ

A synonym for "every" is "each".

"I tried to climb a new mountain each weekend."

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WEEKENDS

Weekends is plural.
(Saturday/Sunday) + (Saturday/Sunday) = weekends
52 weeks in a year = 52 weekends

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LONG WEEKEND

You can also have a "long weekend".
A "long weekend" only happens sometimes.

A "long weekend" happens when a holiday falls on a day during the work week(Monday-Friday). And also if you just decide to take vacation days.

A "long weekend" is (Saturday/Sunday) + any days of the work week that you don't have to go to work/school.

For example:
Fri. + (Saturday/Sunday) = a 3 day weekend
Thurs. + Fri. + (Saturday/Sunday) = a 4 day weekend
Wed. + Thurs. + Fri. + (Saturday/Sunday) = a 5 day weekend

5 day weekends are like unicorns. They are very rare and you will probably not see many of them in your lifetime.

You can't have a long weekend if there is a space between the holiday and the weekend.
You can't have: Wed. + (Sat/Sun)
The days have to be connected like this:
Wed, Thurs, Fri + (Sat/Sun).

Example sentences with "long weekend":
"Oh boy! We have a long weekend coming up!"
"Did you enjoy your long weekend?"

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THIS WEEKEND

You asked this question on Saturday. I am answering your question on Sunday. So, you asked your question this weekend and I am answering your question this weekend. It is the weekend that I am living in right now. It is my present. Since you live in South Korea, the time difference makes it Monday for you now, so you can't say that you are in the same "this weekend" as me anymore. Only I can. *neener neener* :P You are living in my "next week".

For you, since it is Monday, "this weekend" means the closest future Saturday/Sunday that is coming up. For instance, if you say "I'm going to a concert this weekend". That means that you will go to the concert in 6 or 7 days.
(1Mon, 2Tue, 3Wed, 4Thurs, 5Fri, 6SATURDAY, or 7SUNDAY)

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NEXT WEEKEND

"Next weekend" is the weekend that comes after this weekend.

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THE WEEKEND

"the weekend" is one weekend.
"the weekend" can mean any specific weekend; in the past, present or future.

Examples:
1) (PAST): "I spent the weekend at his house 4 months ago."
2) (PRESENT): "I'm spending the weekend at his house."
3) (FUTURE): "I'm spending the weekend at his house."
"I'm going to spend the weekend at his house."
4) FUTURE): "I'm going to spend the weekend at his house next month."

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THE WEEKEND & THIS WEEKEND

"the weekend" and "this weekend" only have the same meaning sometimes.

For instance, "THE weekend" and "THIS weekend" are only interchangeable with numbers 2 and 3.

2) (PRESENT): "I'm spending THIS weekend at his house."
3) (FUTURE): "I'm spending THIS weekend at his house."
"I'm going to spend THIS weekend at his house."

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THE WEEKEND & NEXT WEEKEND

"the weekend" and "next weekend" only have the same meaning sometimes.

For instance, "THE weekend" and "NEXT weekend" are only interchangeable with number 3.

3) (FUTURE): "I'm spending NEXT weekend at his house."
"I'm going to spend NEXT weekend at his house."
Q: 請提供關於 in weekends 的例句給我。
A: There's a party this weekend. Do you wanna come?
Q: 請提供關於 What're you going to do this weekend? 的例句給我。
A: what are you going to do this weekend is just a simple sentence

"Weekend"的近義詞和區別

Q: on the weekend 和 in the weekend 的差別在哪裡?
A: "In the weekend" does not sound correct. "On the weekend" would be correct in instances where the speaker is referring to an event that took/will take place on a weekend.

Example sentences:

"We met on the weekend that I visited New York."

"I watched a lot of TV on the weekend that I was sick in bed last month."

"We have a lot planned for our vacation this week, and on the weekend we will do nothing at all."
Q: What do you plan to do on this weekends? 和 What are you doing on this weekends? 的差別在哪裡?
A: what are your weekend plans and what are you doing this weekend are more natural.
Q: on the weekends 和 on weekends 的差別在哪裡?
A: They are both the same.
Example:
A: When do you work?
B: On weekends.
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A: When do you work?
B: On the weekends.

You can use both! "On the weekend" is a little more natural though!
Q: what did you do last weekend? 和 what had you done last weekend? 和 what have you done last weekend? 的差別在哪裡?
A: I can try :))
The first sentence is more commonly heard compared to the second. 'What did you do last weekend' implies that the speaker doesn't know anything about what the other person did last weekend, whereas 'what had you done last weekend' means that they know a little. For example they know that the other person did some work but want to know how much work had been done last weekend, so they ask 'what had you done last weekend?'
I hope this makes sense! I did my best :))
Q: ​​on the weekends 和 ​​on the weekend 的差別在哪裡?
A: There is a lot of rules in the english language. Could you give an example of what you're talking about? @Bandana:

"Weekend" 的翻譯

Q: at/on/in (the) weekend? which one is true ~~~用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: "On the weekend" is the correct.

Here are some examples just in case!
I'm going to my friend's house on the weekend.
I watch movies on the weekend.

An alternative to "on the weekend" could be "during the weekend". Both sentences mean the same thing but "during the weekend" sounds more natural.

Here are a couple more examples:
I have a project to do during the weekend.
My birthday party is during the weekend.
During the weekend, I complete my homework.

I hope this helped! Good luck with your studies!
Q: I'm cooking in the weekend用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: 請到提問詳情頁確認
Q: 日曜ダイヤって何て言いますか? weekend dryer?用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: Sunday schedule
Q: what do you do at weekend?用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: It should be "What do you do on the weekend?" instead. If you were going to say a specific time, like 12:00, you'd say "What do you do at 12:00?" but for some odd reason we say "on the weekend" or "on Friday."
Q: What did you do at the weekend?用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: @Proust: What did you do over the weekend?

"Weekend"有關的其他問題

Q: Last weekend, our team, Uegahara Athlete Club, took part in the events.
The events completed with each teams how they can run by twenty four hours. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: "the Uegahara Athlete Club" and the second sentence doesn't make much sense to me.
Q: I'm dating with her next weekend. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: "I'm going out on a date with her next weekend," or even just "I'm going out with her next weekend."
Q: I'm free at this weekend. My time will be unoccupied at that time. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: I'm free this weekend and available at that time.
Q: We should be more relaxed on weekend 聼起來自然嗎?
A: A more natural way to say it would be "We should be more relaxed on weekends." or "We should be more relaxed on the weekend."
Q: Could you correct my English and
make it sound more natural, please?
I appreciated receiving the weekend's treats by the universe. I'm excited to take a photo's lesson in Shibuya. The class is for the beginners so I thought that's very matching with my camera experience. I want to live my life more enjoyably with the camera. I want to love it more taking pictures of all my heart.
A: Thanks! OK, so in this situation, I might say: "I feel grateful for the kindness/blessings I received from the universe over the weekend." These words have a more general sense than “gift,” so I think they might help express your thoughts a little more accurately.

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