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Vocabulary Lists Talking about Days in German
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Talking about Days in German

Alles über Wochentage
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Monday
Montag der masc (n)
masc
Monday
Die Arbeitswoche startet am Montag.
The workweek starts on Monday.
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Tuesday
Dienstag der masc (n)
masc
Tuesday
Dienstag, der 1. Januar
Tuesday, January 1st
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Wednesday
Mittwoch der masc (n)
masc
Wednesday
Morgen ist Mittwoch und übermorgen ist Donnerstag.
Tomorrow is Wednesday, and the day after tomorrow is Thursday.
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Thursday
Donnerstag der masc (n)
masc
Thursday
Donnerstag, der 3. Januar
Thursday, January 3rd
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Friday
Freitag der masc (n)
masc
Friday
Schreibe die Pläne für Freitag auf den Kalender.
Write the plans for Friday on the calendar.
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Saturday
Samstag der masc (n)
masc
Saturday
Ich mache jeden Samstag für 5 Stunden Hausarbeit.
I do housework every Saturday for five hours.
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Sunday
Sonntag der masc (n)
masc
Sunday
Wir schlafen sonntags morgens gerne aus.
We like to sleep late on Sunday mornings.
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week
Woche die fem (n)
fem
week
Es sind sieben (7) Tage in jeder Woche.
There are seven days in a week.
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the day before yesterday
vorgestern (adv)
the day before yesterday
yesterday
gestern (n)
yesterday
gestern Nachmittag
yesterday afternoon
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today
heute (n)
today
heute um 6:15 Uhr
today at 6:15
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tomorrow
morgen (n)
tomorrow
Bis morgen!
See you tomorrow!
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the day after tomorrow
übermorgen (adv)
the day after tomorrow
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Tuesday at 3:52 pm
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Which day of the week do you like the most? Let us know in the comments below!


P.S., Add to your new vocabulary knowledge by learning about these important Germany holidays!

https://www.germanpod101.com/2010/10/04/all-about-9-important-dates-top-five-important-holidays-during-the-calendar-year/

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Saturday at 5:40 am
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Hallo robert groulx,


Danke schön for posting and studying with us. If you have any questions, please let us know.😄


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Levente

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robert groulx
Friday at 7:12 am
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thank you for the vocabulary list


robert

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Sunday at 9:49 pm
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Hallo Vernon,


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Vernon Shaw
Sunday at 2:05 am
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Simply wonderful! For a beginner who knows not a word . Thanks, Simply wonderful. - VERNON SHAW

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Monday at 8:35 am
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Hi Joe,


Thank you for a good question. I think you might

not be the only one wondering about that.


"gibt" in the sentence ” Es gibt sieben Tage. , , , ” takes on the

meaning of "exist". Let me try to clarify this with an example:

"Es gibt sieben Tage im Jahr, an denen unser Geschäft geschlossen ist."

"There are seven days of the year when the business is closed."

If you want to talk about a time period, which is more common, you would use

"sind". To use an example again: "Es sind noch 7 Tage bis Weihnachten."

"Seven days left till Xmas." Of course you could say in English here: "There are seven

days left till Xmas.", but you wouldn't say "Seven days exist before Xmas."


I hope I was able to answer your question.


If you have any further questions, please let us know.


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Reinhard

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Friday at 8:17 am
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Hi Melinda,


Thanks. I am with you there.

What would life be without weekends? 😭

"Groundhog Day" nonstop!


If you have any further questions, please let us know.


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Reinhard

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Thursday at 1:37 pm
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Hi Tertia Behr,


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Khanh

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Tertia Behr
Tuesday at 11:37 pm
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I don't learn over the weekend. No Saturday learning for me!

Joe B.
Tuesday at 7:57 am
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Hallo, Team. !

Samstag gefällt mir sehr. ! ! !


I have a question. What's the difference between the following expressions. :

" Ed sind sieben Tage. , , "

AND

" Es gibt sieben Tage. , , , "


Thanks for your help. ! ! !

♥ Vielen Dank 👌 😎


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Monday at 9:29 pm
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Hallo Barb,


Glad to hear that you enjoyed our vocabulary list!


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Sincerely,

Cristiane

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