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Days of the week

Days of the week

‫9 [نو]‬


‫دنہفتے کے‬


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Monday ‫--ر‬ ‫پیر‬ ‫-ی-‬ ----- ‫پیر‬ 0
p-i-r paiir p-i-r ----- paiir
Tuesday ‫-ن--‬ ‫منگل‬ ‫-ن-ل- ------ ‫منگل‬ 0
m----l mangal m-n-a- ------ mangal
Wednesday ‫---‬ ‫بدھ‬ ‫-د-‬ ----- ‫بدھ‬ 0
budh budh b-d- ---- budh
Thursday ‫-مع-ات‬ ‫جمعرات‬ ‫-م-ر-ت- -------- ‫جمعرات‬ 0
j----a-t jumaraat j-m-r-a- -------- jumaraat
Friday ‫-معہ‬ ‫جمعہ‬ ‫-م-ہ- ------ ‫جمعہ‬ 0
ju--ay jummay j-m-a- ------ jummay
Saturday ‫ہ-ت-‬ ‫ہفتہ‬ ‫-ف-ہ- ------ ‫ہفتہ‬ 0
h-f-a hafta h-f-a ----- hafta
Sunday ‫---ار‬ ‫اتوار‬ ‫-ت-ا-‬ ------- ‫اتوار‬ 0
i--a-r itwaar i-w-a- ------ itwaar
the week ‫ہ--ہ‬ ‫ہفتہ‬ ‫-ف-ہ- ------ ‫ہفتہ‬ 0
h---a hafta h-f-a ----- hafta
from Monday to Sunday ‫--- سے -توا- --‬ ‫پیر سے اتوار تک‬ ‫-ی- س- ا-و-ر ت-‬ ----------------- ‫پیر سے اتوار تک‬ 0
pa-i--s--i--aar -aq paiir se itwaar taq p-i-r s- i-w-a- t-q ------------------- paiir se itwaar taq
The first day is Monday. ‫پہ-ا ---پ-ر----‬ ‫پہلا دن پیر ہے-‬ ‫-ہ-ا د- پ-ر ہ--- ----------------- ‫پہلا دن پیر ہے-‬ 0
peh---din--aii- --i - pehla din paiir hai - p-h-a d-n p-i-r h-i - --------------------- pehla din paiir hai -
The second day is Tuesday. ‫-و----دن-م-گل ---‬ ‫دوسرا دن منگل ہے-‬ ‫-و-ر- د- م-گ- ہ--- ------------------- ‫دوسرا دن منگل ہے-‬ 0
d---a din-m----l-ha- - dosra din mangal hai - d-s-a d-n m-n-a- h-i - ---------------------- dosra din mangal hai -
The third day is Wednesday. ‫-یسر- دن ب-ھ ہ--‬ ‫تیسرا دن بدھ ہے-‬ ‫-ی-ر- د- ب-ھ ہ--- ------------------ ‫تیسرا دن بدھ ہے-‬ 0
te-s-a d-n b-dh-h-- - teesra din budh hai - t-e-r- d-n b-d- h-i - --------------------- teesra din budh hai -
The fourth day is Thursday. ‫چ--ھ- دن ج-عرا---ے-‬ ‫چوتھا دن جمعرات ہے-‬ ‫-و-ھ- د- ج-ع-ا- ہ--- --------------------- ‫چوتھا دن جمعرات ہے-‬ 0
c-ou--a --n j-mara-t--ai-- choutha din jumaraat hai - c-o-t-a d-n j-m-r-a- h-i - -------------------------- choutha din jumaraat hai -
The fifth day is Friday. ‫پ--چو----ن جمعہ-ہ--‬ ‫پانچواں دن جمعہ ہے-‬ ‫-ا-چ-ا- د- ج-ع- ہ--- --------------------- ‫پانچواں دن جمعہ ہے-‬ 0
p-nc--wan din--umm-y-h-- - panchawan din jummay hai - p-n-h-w-n d-n j-m-a- h-i - -------------------------- panchawan din jummay hai -
The sixth day is Saturday. ‫چھٹا دن--فت- ہ--‬ ‫چھٹا دن ہفتہ ہے-‬ ‫-ھ-ا د- ہ-ت- ہ--- ------------------ ‫چھٹا دن ہفتہ ہے-‬ 0
c-ha-- -in--a-ta---- - chhata din hafta hai - c-h-t- d-n h-f-a h-i - ---------------------- chhata din hafta hai -
The seventh day is Sunday. ‫-اتو-ں ---ا-و---ہ--‬ ‫ساتواں دن اتوار ہے-‬ ‫-ا-و-ں د- ا-و-ر ہ--- --------------------- ‫ساتواں دن اتوار ہے-‬ 0
sat-aa- din-i---ar-h-- - satwaan din itwaar hai - s-t-a-n d-n i-w-a- h-i - ------------------------ satwaan din itwaar hai -
The week has seven days. ‫ا-- -فتہ --ں-سات--- ---ے -یں-‬ ‫ایک ہفتہ میں سات دن ہوتے ہیں-‬ ‫-ی- ہ-ت- م-ں س-ت د- ہ-ت- ہ-ں-‬ ------------------------------- ‫ایک ہفتہ میں سات دن ہوتے ہیں-‬ 0
ai----------i---a-t---n -o-ay-h-n- aik hafta mein saat din hotay hin- a-k h-f-a m-i- s-a- d-n h-t-y h-n- ---------------------------------- aik hafta mein saat din hotay hin-
We only work for five days. ‫-م--رف پان---ن--ام-کرت- -ی--‬ ‫ہم صرف پانچ دن کام کرتے ہیں-‬ ‫-م ص-ف پ-ن- د- ک-م ک-ت- ہ-ں-‬ ------------------------------ ‫ہم صرف پانچ دن کام کرتے ہیں-‬ 0
h-m ---ff -a---h--i- ka-m-ka-----i-- hum sirff paanch din kaam karte hin- h-m s-r-f p-a-c- d-n k-a- k-r-e h-n- ------------------------------------ hum sirff paanch din kaam karte hin-

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