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en Days of the week   »   uk Дні тижня

9 [nine]

Days of the week

Days of the week

9 [дев’ять]

9 [devʺyatʹ]

Дні тижня

[Dni tyzhnya]

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Monday По-е--л-к П________ П-н-д-л-к --------- Понеділок 0
Po--dilok P________ P-n-d-l-k --------- Ponedilok
Tuesday Ві-тор-к В_______ В-в-о-о- -------- Вівторок 0
V-v-or-k V_______ V-v-o-o- -------- Vivtorok
Wednesday С-реда С_____ С-р-д- ------ Середа 0
S-re-a S_____ S-r-d- ------ Sereda
Thursday Ч--в-р Ч_____ Ч-т-е- ------ Четвер 0
C--tver C______ C-e-v-r ------- Chetver
Friday п’-т--ця п_______ п-я-н-ц- -------- п’ятниця 0
pʺyatn-t--a p__________ p-y-t-y-s-a ----------- pʺyatnytsya
Saturday Субота С_____ С-б-т- ------ Субота 0
S-b-ta S_____ S-b-t- ------ Subota
Sunday Н--і-я Н_____ Н-д-л- ------ Неділя 0
Ne-i--a N______ N-d-l-a ------- Nedilya
the week Т---ень Т______ Т-ж-е-ь ------- Тиждень 0
Ty-hdenʹ T_______ T-z-d-n- -------- Tyzhdenʹ
from Monday to Sunday в-- поне---ка -о не-і-і в__ п________ д_ н_____ в-д п-н-д-л-а д- н-д-л- ----------------------- від понеділка до неділі 0
vid-po--d-lk---- --d--i v__ p________ d_ n_____ v-d p-n-d-l-a d- n-d-l- ----------------------- vid ponedilka do nedili
The first day is Monday. Перш-й -е-ь-– -о--ді-о-. П_____ д___ – п_________ П-р-и- д-н- – п-н-д-л-к- ------------------------ Перший день – понеділок. 0
Pe------ -enʹ –----edil-k. P______ d___ – p_________ P-r-h-y- d-n- – p-n-d-l-k- -------------------------- Pershyy̆ denʹ – ponedilok.
The second day is Tuesday. Дру-------- - -ів-о-о-. Д_____ д___ – в________ Д-у-и- д-н- – в-в-о-о-. ----------------------- Другий день – вівторок. 0
D-u---̆-den--- vi-tor-k. D_____ d___ – v________ D-u-y-̆ d-n- – v-v-o-o-. ------------------------ Druhyy̆ denʹ – vivtorok.
The third day is Wednesday. Т--ті- де---- с--ед-. Т_____ д___ – с______ Т-е-і- д-н- – с-р-д-. --------------------- Третій день – середа. 0
Tre--y̆-d-n--– -e-e-a. T_____ d___ – s______ T-e-i-̆ d-n- – s-r-d-. ---------------------- Tretiy̆ denʹ – sereda.
The fourth day is Thursday. Ч--в---и--д-н- –--е--е-. Ч________ д___ – ч______ Ч-т-е-т-й д-н- – ч-т-е-. ------------------------ Четвертий день – четвер. 0
C-e--e--y-̆-denʹ----h-t---. C_________ d___ – c_______ C-e-v-r-y-̆ d-n- – c-e-v-r- --------------------------- Chetvertyy̆ denʹ – chetver.
The fifth day is Friday. П--ти-----ь --п-я---ця. П_____ д___ – п________ П-я-и- д-н- – п-я-н-ц-. ----------------------- П’ятий день – п’ятниця. 0
P-y---y- de-ʹ-– --ya--y--ya. P______ d___ – p___________ P-y-t-y- d-n- – p-y-t-y-s-a- ---------------------------- Pʺyatyy̆ denʹ – pʺyatnytsya.
The sixth day is Saturday. Шост-й-д-н- - -у-о-а. Ш_____ д___ – с______ Ш-с-и- д-н- – с-б-т-. --------------------- Шостий день – субота. 0
Sho-t--̆ d--ʹ –-s-b---. S______ d___ – s______ S-o-t-y- d-n- – s-b-t-. ----------------------- Shostyy̆ denʹ – subota.
The seventh day is Sunday. Сь---й де-ь-–------я. С_____ д___ – н______ С-о-и- д-н- – н-д-л-. --------------------- Сьомий день – неділя. 0
S---y-̆ --n- –-n---lya. S_____ d___ – n_______ S-o-y-̆ d-n- – n-d-l-a- ----------------------- Sʹomyy̆ denʹ – nedilya.
The week has seven days. Ти--ень м-є -----н--. Т______ м__ с__ д____ Т-ж-е-ь м-є с-м д-і-. --------------------- Тиждень має сім днів. 0
Tyz-denʹ may- -im d---. T_______ m___ s__ d____ T-z-d-n- m-y- s-m d-i-. ----------------------- Tyzhdenʹ maye sim dniv.
We only work for five days. М---ра-ю--о----- п-я-- -нів. М_ п_______ л___ п____ д____ М- п-а-ю-м- л-ш- п-я-ь д-і-. ---------------------------- Ми працюємо лише п’ять днів. 0
My -r-ts-uye-o --s-e p--at---ni-. M_ p__________ l____ p_____ d____ M- p-a-s-u-e-o l-s-e p-y-t- d-i-. --------------------------------- My pratsyuyemo lyshe p'yatʹ dniv.

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