Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hello, it’s me, Shaun. How’s your weekend? What do you usually do from Monday to Sunday? Wait, you don’t know what Monday and Sunday are. Mon…Monday…? Do you mean monkey? Money? Mother? Monster? Sunday? I only know Father’s Day or Mother’s Day. I don’t know there is a son’s day. To avoid that, you must know the days of the week. Actually, each day of the week has its own story. The first day of the week is called, ''Monday''. It is named after the first thing you’ll see in the sky at night. What? Taipei 101? The light? Stars? Mosquitos? That must be right, mosquitos. “Mosquito day.” It’s the moon! Moon for Monday. The first thing you see in the sky at night is the first day of the week. After Monday, it is Tuesday. The name of Tuesday comes from an ancient God called Tyr, it's the God of war and hero. The God of war? Like Superman or Captain America? And then, after Tuesday, it is Wednesday. It’s named after one of the most famous God, Woden. You might not hear the name before, but you must know another name, Odin. Because he is such a great and wise God, the third day of the week is called Woden’s day, Wednesday. The story is not done yet. Woden has a son, called Thor. The God of thunder. So after Wednesday, it is Thor’s day, and we called it Thursday I know Thor, the big guy in the movie. He holds a hammer and flies around. And he can bring thunders at his wish. After Thursday, it’s Friday. It’s named after Woden’s wife, Frigg. So, Wednesday, is Woden’s day. Thursday is his son, Thor’s day. Friday is his wife, Frigg’s day. And the next two are two plants. Saturn for Saturday. Saturday? Sounds like Santa day. I know that Santa is a strange alien from another planet. Not Santa. Saturn. Saturn is the sixth planet in our Solar System. So, that’s why the sixth day of the week is called Saturday. And the final day of the week is Sunday, because every one hopes Sunday would be a sunny day. Now, let’s review the days of the week together.