Haha, I assumed he was asking who is getting the gi.
I've always been taught by English and Lit professors that when speaking in the present or future this Monday means the Monday that is approaching, and the next would therefor obviously be the Monday after. Following is only used after establishing which day you are currently speak of because "following" is ambiguous.
When speaking in past tense, this Monday would refer to the Monday within your current calender week only, not necessarily the last Monday that passed. If you are referring to a past day that is out of your current week, then it would be referred to as last Monday.
My head hurts....
All that being said, I've seen a lot of grammar rules I was taught not just in grade school, but also high school and even college go out the window in recent years. Why grammar rules change I'll never know.
NEED to sell: A2 SYR Gold Star NIB (ammo's more important than another gi)
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