"It is Friday evening."
Translation:Nous sommes vendredi soir.
That is a French usage when giving the current date: nous sommes le 22 février, nous sommes en hiver, nous sommes vendredi, nous sommes en 2013...
I understand that "nous sommes" is more correct, but is "C'est vendredi soir" really wrong? I found too many entries when I googled that phrase
if in doubt, believe sitesurf. So I'd say yes it's wrong, just use "nous sommes" or maybe "on est"
@jeanaux: thanks for your trust.
"c'est vendredi soir" is indeed a valid expression, but in a specific context. For example as an answer to a question like: "quand est ta soirée, jeudi ou vendredi ? "(when it your party, Thursday or Friday?)
Well, I wrote "c'est vendredi soirée" for "it is Friday evening" and Duolingo corrected me and wrote "c'est vendredi soir"...so why do you guys say this is incorrect? Duolingo seems to approve of it.
Hello friends... Along with learning french here with Duolingo, I've just created a weblog in french, to have more fun, while learning it... I would be thankful if anyone support and help me in that. www.mersi.blog.com .... By the way I know "merci" is correct. But anyway I used "mersi" as my weblog name.
I know that "nous sommes vendredi soir" means "it is Friday evening." (implying: right now.) If you were inviting someone to a dinner and you were telling them that "It (the dinner that is in the future) is Friday evening" how would you make this distinction? Merci.
So it's "nous sommes EN janvier" but "nous sommes vendredi soir" (without en), correct?
Pour quoi on ne utilize pas "le vendredi soir" ?
It is good practice to read the discussion first, instead of rushing to post a question, otherwise you risk asking redundant questions.
The very first response to the very first question in this thread explained that that is just how the French talk about the current day.
Sorry, no. All these daily moments are set in both languages: nous sommes/on est vendredi soir = it is Friday evening (not it is evening of Friday either).
Many years ago we were in faculty housing in Hawaii with a professor from a Francophone island in the Caribbean who used to sing a song beginning, "Tout le monde aime samedi soir...."