"On Sunday" is correct. For example, "On Sunday we'll go running."
Sun. is the correct abbreviation for Sunday.
It's sunday, but you can say 'it's a sunday evening.'
Both of the sentences 'Spending my Sunday at home' and 'spend my Sunday at home' are correct depending on their context of use, and tense.
No clinic is closed on sunday
That is the correct spelling of "Sunday service" (religious worship).
is it a correct expression "I will go with you on next Sunday morning?"
Definately looking forward TO.
The sentence,'Its a cold sunday weather so wear your comfortable clothes' is not correct grammatically and should be rewritten to be 'It's a cold Sunday; so wear your comfortable clothes'.
Yes, it is.
No, that sentence is not correct. "Her" should be "She". Remove Aaron from the sentence. "Her loves to cook brunch for friends every Sunday." doesn't make much sense.
Unless "the weekends" is a place you can go to, then no, it isn't correct. It is best to say "On the weekends" if you mean the days Saturday & Sunday.
Tuesday because Fall is right after Summer as is Tuesday and Monday. (: Your welcome. Tuesday (Original Answer by Other) Fall is to Summer as Monday is to ______? (Question) The correct answer would be Sunday. Tuesday is after Monday but isn't correct because it says Monday first not Tuesday, therefore the answer is Sunday. Fall follows Summer and Monday follows Sunday. I hope I explained it so everybody could understand why Sunday is correct rather than Tuesday. It is much harder to explain to others in a text than it is to answer the question in my head. =)p