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1. What day is your birthday?
 It is June 14th.
 It is the second Monday.
2. When is your birthday?
 It's this Friday.
 It is on January 10th.
 It is January 10th.
3. What date is your birthday?
 It is January 10th.
 It is on January 10th.

Are the questions and answers gramatical? Which ones are not suitable?

Ms. Sue
They are all correct and suitable.
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