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Days of the week

Days of the week

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Days of the week

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Monday Д-й----ү Дүйшөмбү Д-й-ө-б- -------- Дүйшөмбү 0
Düy-ömbü Düyşömbü D-y-ö-b- -------- Düyşömbü
Tuesday Ш---емби Шейшемби Ш-й-е-б- -------- Шейшемби 0
Şeyş--bi Şeyşembi Ş-y-e-b- -------- Şeyşembi
Wednesday Шар--м-и Шаршемби Ш-р-е-б- -------- Шаршемби 0
Şar--mbi Şarşembi Ş-r-e-b- -------- Şarşembi
Thursday Бе-ше--и Бейшемби Б-й-е-б- -------- Бейшемби 0
Bey----i Beyşembi B-y-e-b- -------- Beyşembi
Friday Ж--а Жума Ж-м- ---- Жума 0
Ju-a Juma J-m- ---- Juma
Saturday И--м-и Ишемби И-е-б- ------ Ишемби 0
İş---i İşembi İ-e-b- ------ İşembi
Sunday Жекшемби Жекшемби Ж-к-е-б- -------- Жекшемби 0
J-k-e-bi Jekşembi J-k-e-b- -------- Jekşembi
the week ж--а жума ж-м- ---- жума 0
ju-a juma j-m- ---- juma
from Monday to Sunday д--шө-----н -екше-биге-че-ин дүйшөмбүдөн жекшембиге чейин д-й-ө-б-д-н ж-к-е-б-г- ч-й-н ---------------------------- дүйшөмбүдөн жекшембиге чейин 0
dü--ö--ü-ö- je--e-b--e--eyin düyşömbüdön jekşembige çeyin d-y-ö-b-d-n j-k-e-b-g- ç-y-n ---------------------------- düyşömbüdön jekşembige çeyin
The first day is Monday. Би-------ү- - д-йшөмб-. Биринчи күн - дүйшөмбү. Б-р-н-и к-н - д-й-ө-б-. ----------------------- Биринчи күн - дүйшөмбү. 0
B-----i -ü-----ü-şö--ü. Birinçi kün - düyşömbü. B-r-n-i k-n - d-y-ö-b-. ----------------------- Birinçi kün - düyşömbü.
The second day is Tuesday. Э-------ү- --ш---ем-и. Экинчи күн - шейшемби. Э-и-ч- к-н - ш-й-е-б-. ---------------------- Экинчи күн - шейшемби. 0
E-i-çi k-n ---e-ş--b-. Ekinçi kün - şeyşembi. E-i-ç- k-n - ş-y-e-b-. ---------------------- Ekinçi kün - şeyşembi.
The third day is Wednesday. Үчүнчү --- ---------и. Үчүнчү күн - шаршемби. Ү-ү-ч- к-н - ш-р-е-б-. ---------------------- Үчүнчү күн - шаршемби. 0
Ü----ü--ün---ş-rşem--. Üçünçü kün - şarşembi. Ü-ü-ç- k-n - ş-r-e-b-. ---------------------- Üçünçü kün - şarşembi.
The fourth day is Thursday. Т--түнч----- --бейшем-и. Төртүнчү күн - бейшемби. Т-р-ү-ч- к-н - б-й-е-б-. ------------------------ Төртүнчү күн - бейшемби. 0
T-rtün-- --n-- -e--e-b-. Törtünçü kün - beyşembi. T-r-ü-ç- k-n - b-y-e-b-. ------------------------ Törtünçü kün - beyşembi.
The fifth day is Friday. Бе----и --- – жу-а. Бешинчи күн – жума. Б-ш-н-и к-н – ж-м-. ------------------- Бешинчи күн – жума. 0
B--in-i --n –-ju-a. Beşinçi kün – juma. B-ş-n-i k-n – j-m-. ------------------- Beşinçi kün – juma.
The sixth day is Saturday. А-тынчы --- - --е---. Алтынчы күн - ишемби. А-т-н-ы к-н - и-е-б-. --------------------- Алтынчы күн - ишемби. 0
Al---ç- kün---i-embi. Altınçı kün - işembi. A-t-n-ı k-n - i-e-b-. --------------------- Altınçı kün - işembi.
The seventh day is Sunday. Жет-нч---ү- --ж--ш-мби. Жетинчи күн - жекшемби. Ж-т-н-и к-н - ж-к-е-б-. ----------------------- Жетинчи күн - жекшемби. 0
Je--n-i-kü- - j-k-e--i. Jetinçi kün - jekşembi. J-t-n-i k-n - j-k-e-b-. ----------------------- Jetinçi kün - jekşembi.
The week has seven days. Б-р --м----ж--и-----ба-. Бир жумада жети күн бар. Б-р ж-м-д- ж-т- к-н б-р- ------------------------ Бир жумада жети күн бар. 0
B-r -u-ad- j-ti --n-bar. Bir jumada jeti kün bar. B-r j-m-d- j-t- k-n b-r- ------------------------ Bir jumada jeti kün bar.
We only work for five days. Биз ----ону б-- --н ----йб--. Биз болгону беш күн иштейбиз. Б-з б-л-о-у б-ш к-н и-т-й-и-. ----------------------------- Биз болгону беш күн иштейбиз. 0
B-z --lgonu ----k---i---y-iz. Biz bolgonu beş kün işteybiz. B-z b-l-o-u b-ş k-n i-t-y-i-. ----------------------------- Biz bolgonu beş kün işteybiz.

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