Was a birthday or was a birthday? How to correctly and why so?

Indeed, you can hear very often – it was a birthday.

We focus on the word day. Day – masculine noun. Day (what did?) was.

It was a day – it sounds agreed. Say: it was a day – it does not sculpt. Disagreement in childbirth. It was – it, the middle gender.

Take the right thing – was a birthday.

I agree, you can often find the expression “there was a day” or “my day”. Although it would be the right “birthday”, “my birthday”.

In fact, everything is simple, if you make out this expression on the members of the sentence: the predicate (what did you do?) was, subject (what?) Day, Supplement (what?) birth.

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