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el lunes
(on) Monday
day of the week
el próximo martes
next Tuesday
a specific day of the week
el miércoles pasado
last Wednesday
day of the week
el jueves por la mañana
(on) Thursday morning
day of the week
el viernes por la tarde
(on) Friday afternoon
day of the week
el sábado por la noche
(on) Saturday night, evening
day of the week
próximo
next (applied to a day of a week)
applied to days of the week
pasado
last (applied to a day of a week)
applied to days of the week
por la mañana
morning (applied to a day of a week)
applied to days of the week
por la tarde
afternoon (applied to a day of a week)
applied to days of the week
por la noche
night/ evening (applied to a day of a week)
applied to days of the week
los domingos
(on) Saturdays
plural a day of the week
los sábados por la noche
Saturday nights
plural; applied to day of the week; a day of the week
todos los días
everyday
every ___________
cada otra día
every other day
____other____
¿Vas al cine el sábado?
Are you going to the movies (on)Saturday?
Question: What is the subject asking you to go on what day?
No, no nunca al cine los sábados.
No, I never go to the movies on Saturdays.
Answer: the subject implies that they never go to a certain place on a specific day.
*Hoy es lunes.
*Mañana es martes.

How come there isn't a definite article in the following statements?
*Today is Monday.
*Tomorrow is Tuesday.

*This is because the definite article is regularly used before days of the week except after ser(infinitive verb).*
A certain verb has an exception the definite article.
Pregunta:¿Qué día es hoy (mañana)?
Respuesta: Es sábado.
Question: What day is it today (tomorrow)?
Answer: It's Saturday.
Asking and responding about the day.
Pregunta: ¿Cuál es la fecha de hoy (mañana)?
Respuesta: Es el doce de octubre.
Question: What is today's (tomorrow's)date?
Answer: It's October 12th.
Asking and responding about the date.