SMH. "Today's" is fine as an approximation of "Today is". Get it together Duolingo!
I would have guessed "minha dia", not "meu dia". Can someone explain why if dia is feminine we'd use meu? I know that it's correct, I just would like to see it explained if possible. Obrigada
Edit: I've come a long way since I first asked this question!!!!
Oh ok! Thanks! I assumed it was feminine because it ended with an a! :)
I remember that dia is masculine despite the ending by remembering "bom dia". I remember "boa tarde" and "boa noite" for the genders of those words as well.
articles and genders are very hard for english natives. I am latino (spanish native) and i'd love to have a "portuguese from spanish" option. that's is a challenge for all of us! ;)
Does this phrase used as an idiom in Portuguese as it is in English, or is it only used literally?
It's an idiom, meaning it was a bad day for you. But I guess if it's your birthday, you could say it's your day haha I have heard it before.