Can you say j'ai du plan mercredi

Jason

Kwiziq community member

8 December 2016

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Can you say j'ai du plan mercredi

Like, I have plans on Wednesday (being this Wednesday). You don't need an article if Wednesday is at the start of the sentence, but if it's in the middle?

This question relates to:
French lesson "Using le with days of the week + weekend"

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

8 December 2016

8/12/16

Bonjour Jason ! "To have plans" is actually quite a tricky expression to translate. However, you are correct on your usage of "mercredi" to say "on Wednesday": the position in the sentence is irrelevant here. To express "I have plans on Wednesday", meaning "I have things planned for that day.", in French you could say: "J'ai quelque chose de prévu mercredi." (I have something planned) or "J'ai des choses de prévu mercredi." (I have planS) I hope that's helpful! À bientôt !

Elizabeth

Kwiziq community member

21 May 2019

21/05/19

Hello, I had a similar question. Can we use 'Je vais au cinéma mardi instead of 'Mardi, je vais au cinéma'?

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