What part of speech is “monday”

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Mondays are days of the week that come after Sunday and before Tuesday. Mondays usually mark the beginning of a work week for many people, and many prefer to take the day as a day of rest and relaxation after a weekend of activities.

1. 'I'm looking forward to Monday morning, when I can start fresh with a brand new week.'

2. 'I missed out on a lot of fun this weekend, so Monday will be a catch-up day.'

3. 'The two-day holiday was a great way to start the week, but now it is time to get back to normal on Monday.'

When using Monday as a noun, be sure to note that it refers to the day of the week and should not be substituted with any other weekday.

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