I'm going to my karate lesson on Friday at 6 p.m.

marcogaiotto

Senior Member
Italian
#1
I'm going to my karate lesson on Friday at 6 p.m. (describing a personal weekly programme)
Hello! Can you help me, please? In this sentence, does "my" sound correct? Or is it better to say "the"?
Thanks a lot in advance!
 
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kentix

Senior Member
English - U.S.
#5
I'm going to my karate lesson on Friday at 6 p.m. (describing a personal weekly programme)
If it's weekly at the same time that's a habitual action and you need a different tense.

"I'm going to my karate lesson on Friday at six" only refers to one time, this coming Friday.

If you do it every Friday you need to say something like:
"I go to my karate lessons on Fridays at six."
or
"My karate lessons are on Fridays at six."

And it's definitely "my".
 
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