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9 [nine]

Days of the week

Days of the week

9 [бгъу]

9 [bgu]

Тхьамафэм имафэхэр

[Th'amafjem imafjehjer]

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Monday Б-ы-э Б____ Б-ы-э ----- Блыпэ 0
B-y-je B_____ B-y-j- ------ Blypje
Tuesday Г---дж Г_____ Г-у-д- ------ Гъубдж 0
Gub--h G_____ G-b-z- ------ Gubdzh
Wednesday Б-р---э-ъый Б__________ Б-р-с-э-ъ-й ----------- Бэрэскэжъый 0
B---je--j---yj B_____________ B-e-j-s-j-z-y- -------------- Bjerjeskjezhyj
Thursday Мэ---у М_____ М-ф-к- ------ Мэфэку 0
M--fje-u M_______ M-e-j-k- -------- Mjefjeku
Friday Бэрэск-шху Б_________ Б-р-с-э-х- ---------- Бэрэскэшху 0
B-----sk--sh-u B_____________ B-e-j-s-j-s-h- -------------- Bjerjeskjeshhu
Saturday Ш-м--т Ш_____ Ш-м-э- ------ Шэмбэт 0
S-j--bj-t S________ S-j-m-j-t --------- Shjembjet
Sunday Тхь-ум-ф Т_______ Т-ь-у-а- -------- Тхьаумаф 0
Th'au-af T_______ T-'-u-a- -------- Th'aumaf
the week Тхьа--фэ Т_______ Т-ь-м-ф- -------- Тхьамафэ 0
Th'a---je T________ T-'-m-f-e --------- Th'amafje
from Monday to Sunday Бл-п-м -ы--л--ъ-- тх--у-а--м ---. Б_____ щ_________ т_________ н___ Б-ы-э- щ-у-л-г-э- т-ь-у-а-э- н-с- --------------------------------- Блыпэм щыублагъэу тхьаумафэм нэс. 0
B--p--- -----b-a-j----h'-uma-j-m--jes. B______ s___________ t__________ n____ B-y-j-m s-h-u-l-g-e- t-'-u-a-j-m n-e-. -------------------------------------- Blypjem shhyublagjeu th'aumafjem njes.
The first day is Monday. А-эр--м-ф-р-- -л--э. А____ м____ – б_____ А-э-э м-ф-р – б-ы-э- -------------------- Апэрэ мафэр – блыпэ. 0
A-j-rj-----jer-- bly--e. A______ m_____ – b______ A-j-r-e m-f-e- – b-y-j-. ------------------------ Apjerje mafjer – blypje.
The second day is Tuesday. Я--о---- --фэр-- -----ж. Я_______ м____ – г______ Я-I-н-р- м-ф-р – г-у-д-. ------------------------ ЯтIонэрэ мафэр – гъубдж. 0
Jat--nj-rj- m--j-r----ubd--. J__________ m_____ – g______ J-t-o-j-r-e m-f-e- – g-b-z-. ---------------------------- JatIonjerje mafjer – gubdzh.
The third day is Wednesday. Я--нэ-э ---эр------эск-жъ-й. Я______ м____ – б___________ Я-э-э-э м-ф-р – б-р-с-э-ъ-й- ---------------------------- Ящэнэрэ мафэр – бэрэскэжъый. 0
J-sh--enj---- -af-er-----er-eskjez-yj. J____________ m_____ – b______________ J-s-h-e-j-r-e m-f-e- – b-e-j-s-j-z-y-. -------------------------------------- Jashhjenjerje mafjer – bjerjeskjezhyj.
The fourth day is Thursday. Я-л-э---- ма--р-– м-ф--у. Я________ м____ – м______ Я-л-э-э-э м-ф-р – м-ф-к-. ------------------------- ЯплIэнэрэ мафэр – мэфэку. 0
JaplI-------e ma--e- – m----e-u. J____________ m_____ – m________ J-p-I-e-j-r-e m-f-e- – m-e-j-k-. -------------------------------- JaplIjenjerje mafjer – mjefjeku.
The fifth day is Friday. Ят-эн-рэ-м-фэ--–-бэ-э--эш-у. Я_______ м____ – б__________ Я-ф-н-р- м-ф-р – б-р-с-э-х-. ---------------------------- Ятфэнэрэ мафэр – бэрэскэшху. 0
J--fjenjer-e ma--er-- --e--e-kjesh--. J___________ m_____ – b______________ J-t-j-n-e-j- m-f-e- – b-e-j-s-j-s-h-. ------------------------------------- Jatfjenjerje mafjer – bjerjeskjeshhu.
The sixth day is Saturday. Я-э-эр--мафэ- – -э--эт. Я______ м____ – ш______ Я-э-э-э м-ф-р – ш-м-э-. ----------------------- Яхэнэрэ мафэр – шэмбэт. 0
J-h------je -af----- shj-m--e-. J__________ m_____ – s_________ J-h-e-j-r-e m-f-e- – s-j-m-j-t- ------------------------------- Jahjenjerje mafjer – shjembjet.
The seventh day is Sunday. Яблэ-э-э --фэр - ----у--ф. Я_______ м____ – т________ Я-л-н-р- м-ф-р – т-ь-у-а-. -------------------------- Яблэнэрэ мафэр – тхьаумаф. 0
J--lj-n--r---m---e--- ----umaf. J___________ m_____ – t________ J-b-j-n-e-j- m-f-e- – t-'-u-a-. ------------------------------- Jabljenjerje mafjer – th'aumaf.
The week has seven days. Т-ьа---э- м--ибл-у----эт. Т________ м_______ з_____ Т-ь-м-ф-р м-ф-б-э- з-х-т- ------------------------- Тхьамафэр мэфиблэу зэхэт. 0
T---m--jer --e-i--jeu-z-e-je-. T_________ m_________ z_______ T-'-m-f-e- m-e-i-l-e- z-e-j-t- ------------------------------ Th'amafjer mjefibljeu zjehjet.
We only work for five days. Тэ--эфи-ф--ы--- -ы---ажь--э-. Т_ м_____ н____ т____________ Т- м-ф-т- н-I-п т-з-л-ж-э-э-. ----------------------------- Тэ мэфитф ныIэп тызылажьэрэр. 0
Tj---je--tf ny--------yl--h-j-rj-r. T__ m______ n_____ t_______________ T-e m-e-i-f n-I-e- t-z-l-z-'-e-j-r- ----------------------------------- Tje mjefitf nyIjep tyzylazh'jerjer.

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