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Sunday in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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Sunday γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³
How to say “Sunday” in Japanese? “γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on Sunday in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³ (nichiyoubi)

Tips to Remember:
– Break it down: "にけ (nichi)," meaning "day" or "sun," and "γ‚ˆγ†γ³ (youbi)," meaning "day of the week."
– Associating "にけ" with "ζ—₯ (sun/day)" and "γ‚ˆγ†γ³" with "ζ›œζ—₯ (day of the week)."
– Think of "Sun" in Sunday to remember "ζ—₯ (nichi)" as the sun.

– γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³ literally translates to β€œday of the sun” or β€œSunday.”
– "ζ—₯ (にけ, nichi)" can mean "sun" or "day," and "ζ›œζ—₯ (γ‚ˆγ†γ³, youbi)" means "day of the week."

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– ζ—₯ζ›œζ—₯ (γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³, nichiyoubi) is the standard term, but in more colloquial contexts, just "ζ—₯" (にけ, nichi) might colloquially imply Sunday if the context is clear.

Alternate Meanings/Slang:
– γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³ doesn’t typically have slang meanings but can be shortened in casual speech when it’s clear that the topic is days of the week.

Example Sentences:
1. γ‚γ—γŸγ―γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³γ§γ™γ€‚
– Aa wa nichiyoubi desu.
– Tomorrow is Sunday.

2. γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³γ«γ“γ†γˆγ‚“γΈγ„γγΎγ™γ€‚
– Nichiyoubi ni kouen e ikimasu.
– I am going to the park on Sunday.

3. γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³γ―γ—γ”γ¨γŒγ‚γ‚ŠγΎγ›γ‚“γ€‚
– Nichiyoubi wa shigoto ga arimasen.
– I don’t have work on Sunday.

4. γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³γ―γ‹γžγγ¨γ„γ£γ—γ‚‡γ«γ™γ”γ—γΎγ™γ€‚
– Nichiyoubi wa kazoku to issho ni sugoshimasu.
– I spend Sundays with my family.

5. γ«γ‘γ‚ˆγ†γ³γ«γˆγ„γŒγ‚’γΏγΎγ—γ‚‡γ†γ€‚
– Nichiyoubi ni eiga o mimashou.
– Let’s watch a movie on Sunday.

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