Days Of The Week - Japanese (Roomaji Version)

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Days Of The Week Quizzes & Trivia

Test your knowledge of the days of the week.

Questions and Answers
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    The word "kinyoubi" is the Japanese word for Friday. In English, the word "Friday" is spelled with a capital letter at the beginning of the word. Therefore, the correct answer is "Friday" with a capital "F".

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    The word "kayoubi" is written in Japanese and it translates to "Tuesday" in English. The correct answer is "Tuesday" because it matches the translation of "kayoubi" and is also spelled correctly.

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    The word "nichiyoubi" is the Japanese word for Sunday. The correct answer is "sunday" or "Sunday" because both words are the English translations of "nichiyoubi".

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    The given answer is "Thursday, thursday" because "mokuyoubi" is the Japanese word for Thursday and "Thursday" is the English translation of it. Both "Thursday" and "thursday" are correct answers as they represent the same day of the week.

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    The correct answer is "monday,Monday". This answer is correct because "getsuyoubi" is the Japanese word for Monday, and "monday" and "Monday" are the English translations of the same day of the week. Therefore, both "monday" and "Monday" are correct answers.

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