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9 [nine]

Days of the week

Days of the week

‫9 [نه]‬

9 [noh]

‫روزهای هفته‬

[rooz-hâye hafte]

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Monday ‫-وش--ه‬ ‫دوشنبه‬ ‫-و-ن-ه- -------- ‫دوشنبه‬ 0
do--h-n-e do-shanbe d---h-n-e --------- do-shanbe
Tuesday ‫-ه ش--ه‬ ‫سه شنبه‬ ‫-ه ش-ب-‬ --------- ‫سه شنبه‬ 0
s--s---be se-shanbe s---h-n-e --------- se-shanbe
Wednesday ‫-ه---نب-‬ ‫چهارشنبه‬ ‫-ه-ر-ن-ه- ---------- ‫چهارشنبه‬ 0
ch--hâr-s-anbe cha-hâr-shanbe c-a-h-r-s-a-b- -------------- cha-hâr-shanbe
Thursday ‫--ج ش-به‬ ‫پنج شنبه‬ ‫-ن- ش-ب-‬ ---------- ‫پنج شنبه‬ 0
panj-sh---e panj-shanbe p-n---h-n-e ----------- panj-shanbe
Friday ‫---ه‬ ‫جمعه‬ ‫-م-ه- ------ ‫جمعه‬ 0
jom-e jom-e j-m-e ----- jom-e
Saturday ‫ش---‬ ‫شنبه‬ ‫-ن-ه- ------ ‫شنبه‬ 0
sh-nbe shanbe s-a-b- ------ shanbe
Sunday ‫یکش-ب-‬ ‫یکشنبه‬ ‫-ک-ن-ه- -------- ‫یکشنبه‬ 0
ye----anbe yek-shanbe y-k-s-a-b- ---------- yek-shanbe
the week ‫ه--ه‬ ‫هفته‬ ‫-ف-ه- ------ ‫هفته‬ 0
haf-e hafte h-f-e ----- hafte
from Monday to Sunday ‫از -وشنبه ت--یکشن-ه‬ ‫از دوشنبه تا یکشنبه‬ ‫-ز د-ش-ب- ت- ی-ش-ب-‬ --------------------- ‫از دوشنبه تا یکشنبه‬ 0
a- -o-s-an---t----k--ha-be az do-shanbe tâ yek-shanbe a- d---h-n-e t- y-k-s-a-b- -------------------------- az do-shanbe tâ yek-shanbe
The first day is Monday. ‫--لین--وز د-شنب- ا--.‬ ‫اولین روز دوشنبه است.‬ ‫-و-ی- ر-ز د-ش-ب- ا-ت-‬ ----------------------- ‫اولین روز دوشنبه است.‬ 0
a-al-- --o--d--s----e-a-t. avalin rooz do-shanbe ast. a-a-i- r-o- d---h-n-e a-t- -------------------------- avalin rooz do-shanbe ast.
The second day is Tuesday. ‫-و-ی--رو--س- -ن-- است.‬ ‫دومین روز سه شنبه است.‬ ‫-و-ی- ر-ز س- ش-ب- ا-ت-‬ ------------------------ ‫دومین روز سه شنبه است.‬ 0
dovom-n --oz -----a-be-a--. dovomin rooz se-shanbe ast. d-v-m-n r-o- s---h-n-e a-t- --------------------------- dovomin rooz se-shanbe ast.
The third day is Wednesday. ‫س-م-ن-ر-- -ه----به ا---‬ ‫سومین روز چهارشنبه است.‬ ‫-و-ی- ر-ز چ-ا-ش-ب- ا-ت-‬ ------------------------- ‫سومین روز چهارشنبه است.‬ 0
s-vo-in r--z --a-h-r-s--nbe a--. sevomin rooz cha-hâr-shanbe ast. s-v-m-n r-o- c-a-h-r-s-a-b- a-t- -------------------------------- sevomin rooz cha-hâr-shanbe ast.
The fourth day is Thursday. ‫-ها-م-- --ز پن--شنبه -ست-‬ ‫چهارمین روز پنج شنبه است.‬ ‫-ه-ر-ی- ر-ز پ-ج ش-ب- ا-ت-‬ --------------------------- ‫چهارمین روز پنج شنبه است.‬ 0
c-a---r---n---oz -anj----n-----t. cha-hâromin rooz panj-shanbe ast. c-a-h-r-m-n r-o- p-n---h-n-e a-t- --------------------------------- cha-hâromin rooz panj-shanbe ast.
The fifth day is Friday. ‫-نجمی--روز-ج-عه اس-.‬ ‫پنجمین روز جمعه است.‬ ‫-ن-م-ن ر-ز ج-ع- ا-ت-‬ ---------------------- ‫پنجمین روز جمعه است.‬ 0
p-n-omin---oz jo--e---t. panjomin rooz jom-e ast. p-n-o-i- r-o- j-m-e a-t- ------------------------ panjomin rooz jom-e ast.
The sixth day is Saturday. ‫-شمین--وز-ش--- است.‬ ‫ششمین روز شنبه است.‬ ‫-ش-ی- ر-ز ش-ب- ا-ت-‬ --------------------- ‫ششمین روز شنبه است.‬ 0
she-hom-- -o-z-sh-nb--ast. sheshomin rooz shanbe ast. s-e-h-m-n r-o- s-a-b- a-t- -------------------------- sheshomin rooz shanbe ast.
The seventh day is Sunday. ‫---م-ن -و---ک--ب----ت.‬ ‫هفتمین روز یکشنبه است.‬ ‫-ف-م-ن ر-ز ی-ش-ب- ا-ت-‬ ------------------------ ‫هفتمین روز یکشنبه است.‬ 0
ha---mi- r------k---an-e----. haftomin rooz yek-shanbe ast. h-f-o-i- r-o- y-k-s-a-b- a-t- ----------------------------- haftomin rooz yek-shanbe ast.
The week has seven days. ‫هف----ف--ر-----ر--‬ ‫هفته هفت روز دارد.‬ ‫-ف-ه ه-ت ر-ز د-ر-.- -------------------- ‫هفته هفت روز دارد.‬ 0
haf-e-haft--oo- -â---. hafte haft rooz dârad. h-f-e h-f- r-o- d-r-d- ---------------------- hafte haft rooz dârad.
We only work for five days. ‫م--ف-ط پن--ر-- ک-- می-----.‬ ‫ما فقط پنج روز کار می-کنیم.‬ ‫-ا ف-ط پ-ج ر-ز ک-ر م-‌-ن-م-‬ ----------------------------- ‫ما فقط پنج روز کار می‌کنیم.‬ 0
mâ---gh---pa-j-rooz-k---m-kon--. mâ faghat panj rooz kâr mikonim. m- f-g-a- p-n- r-o- k-r m-k-n-m- -------------------------------- mâ faghat panj rooz kâr mikonim.

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