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Hi Vladiz and Welcome.

I'd assume that the person asking is not being specific and simply asking what you've been doing recently. I do think that the majority of people would not include today if they are asking about the past. The word last is always about the past.

However, the last 7 days on Facebook might be specific to that site. They probably mean seven days back from today, so count back 7 days but do not include today. (Today might be included because they always show you 'today'.)

I will not surprise me to see different and still correct answers because different places and cultures may see this in differing ways.

Hi Vladiz and Welcome.

I'd assume that the person asking is not being specific and simply asking what you've been doing recently. I do think that the majority of people would not include today if they are asking about the past. The word last is always about the past.

However, the last 7 days on Facebook might be specific to that site. They probably mean seven days back from today, so count back 7 days but do not include today. (Today might be included because they always show you 'today'.)

I will not surprise me to see different and still correct answers because different places and cultures may see this in differing ways.

I'd assume that the person asking is not being specific and simply asking what you've been doing recently. I do think that the majority of people would not include today if they are asking about the past. The word last is always about the past.

However, the last 7 days on Facebook might be specific to that site. They probably mean seven days back from today, so count back 7 days but do not include today. (Today might be included because they always show you 'today'.)

I will not surprise me to see different and still correct answers because different places and cultures may see this in differing ways.

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Hi Vladiz and Welcome.

I'd assume that the person asking is not being specific and simply asking what you've been doing recently. I do think that the majority of people would not include today if they are asking about the past. The word last is always about the past.

However, the last 7 days on Facebook might be specific to that site. They probably mean seven days back from today, so count back 7 days but do not include today. (Today might be included because they always show you 'today'.)

I will not surprise me to see different and still correct answers because different places and cultures may see this in differing ways.

Where you are from and in your native language, what would the answer be?

Hi Vladiz and Welcome.

I'd assume that the person asking is not being specific and simply asking what you've been doing recently. I do think that the majority of people would not include today if they are asking about the past. The word last is always about the past.

However, the last 7 days on Facebook might be specific to that site. They probably mean seven days back from today, so count back 7 days but do not include today. (Today might be included because they always show you 'today'.)

I will not surprise me to see different and still correct answers because different places and cultures may see this in differing ways.

Where you are from and in your native language, what would the answer be?

Hi Vladiz and Welcome.

I'd assume that the person asking is not being specific and simply asking what you've been doing recently. I do think that the majority of people would not include today if they are asking about the past. The word last is always about the past.

However, the last 7 days on Facebook might be specific to that site. They probably mean seven days back from today, so count back 7 days but do not include today. (Today might be included because they always show you 'today'.)

I will not surprise me to see different and still correct answers because different places and cultures may see this in differing ways.

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Hi Vladiz and Welcome.

I'd assume that the person asking is not being specific and simply asking what you've been doing recently. I do think that the majority of people would not include today if they are asking about the past. The word last is always about the past.

However, the last 7 days on Facebook might be specific to that site. They probably mean seven days back from today, so count back 7 days but do not include today. (Today might be included because they always show you 'today'.)

I will not surprise me to see different and still correct answers because different places and cultures may see this in differing ways.

Where you are from and in your native language, what would the answer be?

Hi Vladiz and Welcome.

I'd assume that the person asking is not being specific and simply asking what you've been doing recently. I do think that the majority of people would not include today if they are asking about the past. The word last is always about the past.

However, the last 7 days on Facebook might be specific to that site. They probably mean seven days back from today, so count back 7 days but do not include today.

I will not surprise me to see different and still correct answers because different places and cultures may see this in differing ways.

Where you are from and in your native language, what would the answer be?

Hi Vladiz and Welcome.

I'd assume that the person asking is not being specific and simply asking what you've been doing recently. I do think that the majority of people would not include today if they are asking about the past. The word last is always about the past.

However, the last 7 days on Facebook might be specific to that site. They probably mean seven days back from today, so count back 7 days but do not include today. (Today might be included because they always show you 'today'.)

I will not surprise me to see different and still correct answers because different places and cultures may see this in differing ways.

Where you are from and in your native language, what would the answer be?

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