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9 [nine]

Days of the week

Days of the week

9 [เก้า]

gâo

วัน

[wan]

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Monday วั-จั-ท-์ วั_____ ว-น-ั-ท-์ --------- วันจันทร์ 0
wa--j-n w______ w-n-j-n ------- wan-jan
Tuesday ว-น-ั--าร วั______ ว-น-ั-ค-ร --------- วันอังคาร 0
w---an----n w__________ w-n-a-g-k-n ----------- wan-ang-kan
Wednesday ว-น--ธ วั___ ว-น-ุ- ------ วันพุธ 0
wa--p---t w_______ w-n-p-́-t --------- wan-póot
Thursday ว-น-ฤห----ี วั_______ ว-น-ฤ-ั-บ-ี ----------- วันพฤหัสบดี 0
wan--ré---a-----̀---w-dee w______________________ w-n-p-e-u-h-̀---a---a---e- -------------------------- wan-préu-hàt-sà-baw-dee
Friday ว-น-ุก-์ วั____ ว-น-ุ-ร- -------- วันศุกร์ 0
w-n----ok w_______ w-n-s-̀-k --------- wan-sòok
Saturday ว-น--าร์ วั_____ ว-น-ส-ร- -------- วันเสาร์ 0
w-n-sǎo w______ w-n-s-̌- -------- wan-sǎo
Sunday วันอาทิ--์ วั______ ว-น-า-ิ-ย- ---------- วันอาทิตย์ 0
w-n-a--i-t w________ w-n-a-t-́- ---------- wan-a-tít
the week ส-ป-า-- - อ-----์ สั____ / อ____ ส-ป-า-์ / อ-ท-ต-์ ----------------- สัปดาห์ / อาทิตย์ 0
s-̀---a-a-tít s___________ s-̀---a-a-t-́- -------------- sàp-da-a-tít
from Monday to Sunday ต-----่วั---นทร์--งวันอ-ท---์ ตั้__________________ ต-้-แ-่-ั-จ-น-ร-ถ-ง-ั-อ-ท-ต-์ ----------------------------- ตั้งแต่วันจันทร์ถึงวันอาทิตย์ 0
d---g -t-e --n -----ĕung---n aa-tít d____ d___ w__ j__ t____ w__ a_____ d-â-g d-à- w-n j-n t-u-g w-n a---í- ----------------------------------- dtâng dtàe wan jan tĕung wan aa-tít
The first day is Monday. ว-----ห-ึ---ือว-น-ันท-์ วั_____________ ว-น-ี-ห-ึ-ง-ื-ว-น-ั-ท-์ ----------------------- วันที่หนึ่งคือวันจันทร์ 0
wa-------n------ke---a----n---́ w___________________________ w-n-t-̂---e-u-g-k-u-w-n-j-n-t-́ ------------------------------- wan-têe-nèung-keu-wan-jan-tá
The second day is Tuesday. ว---ี่-อ-คือว---ั---ร วั______________ ว-น-ี-ส-ง-ื-ว-น-ั-ค-ร --------------------- วันที่สองคือวันอังคาร 0
wa---ê--s-̌-----eu--an-a-g-k-n w____________________________ w-n-t-̂---a-w-g-k-u-w-n-a-g-k-n ------------------------------- wan-têe-sǎwng-keu-wan-ang-kan
The third day is Wednesday. วันท-่สามคื-ว--พุธ วั___________ ว-น-ี-ส-ม-ื-ว-น-ุ- ------------------ วันที่สามคือวันพุธ 0
w-n-t-----a---ke--w----óot w_______________________ w-n-t-̂---a-m-k-u-w-n-p-́-t --------------------------- wan-têe-sǎm-keu-wan-póot
The fourth day is Thursday. ว-น-ี------ว----ห--บ-ี วั_____________ ว-น-ี-ี-ค-อ-ั-พ-ห-ส-ด- ---------------------- วันทีสี่คือวันพฤหัสบดี 0
wa--tee-sè--k---wan-pr---------à-dee w_________________________________ w-n-t-e-s-̀---e---a---r-́-h-̀---a---e- -------------------------------------- wan-tee-sèe-keu-wan-prí-hàt-bà-dee
The fifth day is Friday. วันที่ห้า-ือวั---ก-์ วั___________ ว-น-ี-ห-า-ื-ว-น-ุ-ร- -------------------- วันที่ห้าคือวันศุกร์ 0
wan--e---h-̂--e---an-so--k w______________________ w-n-t-̂---a---e---a---o-o- -------------------------- wan-têe-hâ-keu-wan-sòok
The sixth day is Saturday. วั--ี่ห-คือ-ั-เ-า-์ วั____________ ว-น-ี-ห-ค-อ-ั-เ-า-์ ------------------- วันที่หกคือวันเสาร์ 0
w-n-t-̂--ho---k-u--a--s--o w______________________ w-n-t-̂---o-k-k-u-w-n-s-̌- -------------------------- wan-têe-hòk-keu-wan-sǎo
The seventh day is Sunday. ว-นที่เจ็ดคือว--อาท--ย์ วั______________ ว-น-ี-เ-็-ค-อ-ั-อ-ท-ต-์ ----------------------- วันที่เจ็ดคือวันอาทิตย์ 0
wa--tê----̀t-k-u--a-----i-t w________________________ w-n-t-̂---e-t-k-u-w-n-a-t-́- ---------------------------- wan-têe-jèt-keu-wan-a-tít
The week has seven days. หน-่---ปดาห--ีเ-็-วัน ห_____________ ห-ึ-ง-ั-ด-ห-ม-เ-็-ว-น --------------------- หนึ่งสัปดาห์มีเจ็ดวัน 0
n---------p-d---ee-jè---an n_______________________ n-̀-n---a-p-d---e---e-t-w-n --------------------------- nèung-sàp-da-mee-jèt-wan
We only work for five days. เร-ทำงา-เพียง-้า--น เ______________ เ-า-ำ-า-เ-ี-ง-้-ว-น ------------------- เราทำงานเพียงห้าวัน 0
ra--t----g---p-an--h-----n r________________________ r-o-t-m-n-a---i-n---a---a- -------------------------- rao-tam-ngan-piang-hâ-wan

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