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(any) day of the week in Japanese 🇯🇵

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(any) day of the week ようび
How to say “(any) day of the week” in Japanese? “ようび”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ようび” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on (any) day of the week in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– "Yōbi" (ようび) can be remembered by associating "よう" with "yo!" as a greeting, and thinking of greeting the days of the week.
– Another tip is to remember the word "bi" (び) which sounds similar to "bee," imagining a bee buzzing through the days of the week.

– ようび (yōbi) is a suffix used in Japanese to denote the days of the week. It follows the word for each specific day, for example:
– 月曜日 (getsuyōbi) – Monday
– 火曜日 (kayōbi) – Tuesday
– 水曜日 (suiyōbi) – Wednesday
– 木曜日 (mokuyōbi) – Thursday
– 金曜日 (kinyōbi) – Friday
– 土曜日 (doyōbi) – Saturday
– 日曜日 (nichiyōbi) – Sunday

Other words that mean the same thing:
There aren't exact synonyms for "ようび" as it's specifically a suffix used to form the days of the week.

Alternate meanings like slang:
ようび (yōbi) itself does not have alternative meanings or slang uses. It is specifically related to indicating days of the week.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 明日は何曜日ですか? (Aa wa nanyōbi desu ka?)
– What day is it tomorrow?

2. 月曜日に会いましょう。 (Getsuyōbi ni aimashō.)
– Let's meet on Monday.

3. 今日は日曜日だから、休みです。 (Kyō wa nichiyōbi dakara, yasumi desu.)
– Today is Sunday, so it's a day off.

4. 金曜日の夜に映画を見に行きます。 (Kinyōbi no yoru ni eiga o mi ni ikimasu.)
– I will go watch a movie on Friday night.

5. 火曜日のテストは大変だった。 (Kayōbi no tesuto wa taihen datta.)
– Tuesday's test was tough.

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