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 If the English months of the year are put in alphabetical order what month comes between December and January?

February. The new ASA calendar would be April, August, December, February, January, July, June, March, May, November, October and September.

 If the English months of the year are put in alphabetical order what month comes between November and September?
October. September, October and November remain as three consecutive months, although their order is reversed compared to the regular calendar.

 If the English months of the year are put in alphabetical order what month comes first?
April. The new year used to commence on the 1st of April until the 16th century when Pope Gregory XIII had it moved to January 1st.

 If the English months of the year are put in alphabetical order what are the middle two months?
July and June. It is still July and June but in reverse order compared to the regular calendar.

 If the English months of the year are put in alphabetical order, in what number month would Christmas be celebrated?
3. Christmas would still be celebrated on December 25th, but now it has moved to the third month. Sometimes Easter would be in the first month, and other times the eighth month.

 If the English months of the year are put in alphabetical order which months stay in the same position compared to the regular order?
All months would change position. The closest to remaining the same would be June and July which reverse positioning.

 If the days of the English week are put in alphabetical order, which day is in the middle?
Sunday. The new ASA week would be Friday, Monday, Saturday, Sunday, Thursday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

 If the days of the English week are put in alphabetical order, which day is between Wednesday and Monday?
Friday. Wednesday is now the last day of the week, and the next week then begins with Friday and then Monday.

 If we take the week as starting on Sunday, and then put the days in alphabetical order, which days remain in the same position?
Monday and Thursday. The ancient Greeks named the days of the week after the sun, the moon and the then five known planets. See http://www.crowl.org/lawrence/time/days.html Perhaps one day I shall ASAbetise the planets.

 If the days of the English week are put in alphabetical order, what day comes after Tuesday?
Wednesday. Some things remain the same, although they are now later in the week.

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