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Days of the week

Days of the week

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Ngày trong tuần

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Monday T-- -ai T__ h__ T-ứ h-i ------- Thứ hai 0
Tuesday Th- -a T__ b_ T-ứ b- ------ Thứ ba 0
Wednesday T----ư T__ t_ T-ứ t- ------ Thứ tư 0
Thursday Thứ năm T__ n__ T-ứ n-m ------- Thứ năm 0
Friday T-ứ---u T__ s__ T-ứ s-u ------- Thứ sáu 0
Saturday T---bảy T__ b__ T-ứ b-y ------- Thứ bảy 0
Sunday C---nh-t C__ n___ C-ủ n-ậ- -------- Chủ nhật 0
the week Tuần T___ T-ầ- ---- Tuần 0
from Monday to Sunday Từ---ứ-h-i--ến ch- nhật T_ t__ h__ đ__ c__ n___ T- t-ứ h-i đ-n c-ủ n-ậ- ----------------------- Từ thứ hai đến chủ nhật 0
The first day is Monday. N----t-ứ -hất-l-------a-. N___ t__ n___ l_ t__ h___ N-à- t-ứ n-ấ- l- t-ứ h-i- ------------------------- Ngày thứ nhất là thứ hai. 0
The second day is Tuesday. N----thứ--a---- -h---a. N___ t__ h__ l_ t__ b__ N-à- t-ứ h-i l- t-ứ b-. ----------------------- Ngày thứ hai là thứ ba. 0
The third day is Wednesday. Ng-y th- ba l--t-----. N___ t__ b_ l_ t__ t__ N-à- t-ứ b- l- t-ứ t-. ---------------------- Ngày thứ ba là thứ tư. 0
The fourth day is Thursday. Ngày-thứ ----à t---nă-. N___ t__ t_ l_ t__ n___ N-à- t-ứ t- l- t-ứ n-m- ----------------------- Ngày thứ tư là thứ năm. 0
The fifth day is Friday. Ng---t-ứ --- l- --- sáu. N___ t__ n__ l_ t__ s___ N-à- t-ứ n-m l- t-ứ s-u- ------------------------ Ngày thứ năm là thứ sáu. 0
The sixth day is Saturday. Ngà----- sáu -- t-ứ--ảy. N___ t__ s__ l_ t__ b___ N-à- t-ứ s-u l- t-ứ b-y- ------------------------ Ngày thứ sáu là thứ bảy. 0
The seventh day is Sunday. Ngà----ứ--ả---- chủ-n---. N___ t__ b__ l_ c__ n____ N-à- t-ứ b-y l- c-ủ n-ậ-. ------------------------- Ngày thứ bảy là chủ nhật. 0
The week has seven days. Một-tu-n--- bảy ng--. M__ t___ c_ b__ n____ M-t t-ầ- c- b-y n-à-. --------------------- Một tuần có bảy ngày. 0
We only work for five days. C--ng--a chỉ-l-m -i-c-n-m n-ày----i. C____ t_ c__ l__ v___ n__ n___ t____ C-ú-g t- c-ỉ l-m v-ệ- n-m n-à- t-ô-. ------------------------------------ Chúng ta chỉ làm việc năm ngày thôi. 0

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