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1. Which day comes after Wednesday?


2. Do you like _________ cheese?


3. Do you often go to _________?


4. Which day comes between Tuesday and Thursday?


5. The abbreviation for Friday is ________



6. There are ________ working days in a week.


7. Which letter is silent in 'Wednesday'


8. He was sent to ________ for theft.


9. Which is the correct spelling?


10. We use the preposition ________ with days.


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