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Vocabulary Lists Talking about Days
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Talking about Days

有關日子嘅話題
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Monday
星期一 星期一 (n)
sing1 kei4 jat1
Monday
星期一,星期二,星期三,星期四及星期五都是閒日。 星期一,星期二,星期三,星期四及星期五都是閒日。
sing1 kei4 jat1 sing1 kei4 ji6 sing1 kei4 saam1 sing1 kei4 sei3 kap6 sing1 kei4 ng5 dou1 si6 haan4 jat6
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are weekdays.
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Tuesday
星期二 星期二 (n)
sing1 kei4 ji6
Tuesday
下星期二 下星期二
haa6 sing1 kei4 ji6
Tuesday next week
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Wednesday
星期三 星期三 (n)
sing1 kei4 saam1
Wednesday
十八日星期三 十八日星期三
sap6 baat3 jat6 sing1 kei4 saam3
Wednesday the 18th
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Thursday
星期四 星期四 (n)
sing1 kei4 sei3
Thursday
在星期四 在星期四
zoi6 sing1 kei4 sei3
on Thursday
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Friday
星期五 星期五 (n)
sing1 kei4 ng5
Friday
在日曆寫上星期五的約定。 在日曆寫上星期五的約定。
zoi6 jat6 lik6 se2 soeng5 sing1 kei4 ng5 dik1 joek3 ding6
Write the plans for Friday on the calendar.
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Saturday
星期六 星期六 (n)
sing1 kei4 luk6
Saturday
星期六晚 星期六晚
sing1 kei4 luk6 maan5
Saturday night
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Sunday
星期日 星期日 (n)
sing1 kei4 jat6
Sunday
今日係星期日。 今日係星期日。
gam1 jat6 hai6 sing1 kei4 jat6.
Today is Sunday.
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week
星期 星期 (n)
sing1 kei4
week
一個星期有七日。 一個星期有七日。
jat1 go3 sing1 kei4 jau5 cat1 jat6
There are seven days in a week.
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the day before yesterday
前日 前日
cin4 jat6
the day before yesterday
yesterday
昨天 昨天 (n)
zok3 tin1
yesterday
我昨天請假一天。 我昨天請假一天。
ngo5 zok3 tin1 cing2 gaa3 jat1 tin1
I took a day off yesterday.
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today
今天 今天 (n)
gam1 tin1
today
今天是九月十日星期六。 今天是九月十日星期六。
gam1 tin1 si6 gau2 jyut6 sap6 jat6 sing1 kei4 luk6
Today is Saturday, September 10th.
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tomorrow
明天 明天 (n)
ming4 tin1
tomorrow
明天見! 明天見!
ming4 tin1 gin3
See you tomorrow!
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the day after tomorrow
後日 後日 (n)
hau6 jat6
the day after tomorrow
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CantoneseClass101.com
Tuesday at 3:46 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 Hong Kong holidays!

https://www.cantoneseclass101.com/2011/01/11/all-about-9-important-holidays/

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CantoneseClass101.com
Monday at 2:16 pm
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Hello uner,


明天見! (ming4 tin1 gin3) sounds more formal and written form of expression.

Of course 聽日見!(ting1 jat6 gin3) has the same meaning and it`s just more colloquial! You can definitely use it too. 😄


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CantoneseClass101.com
Saturday at 5:50 pm
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Hello Tom,


唔使客氣! (m4 sai2 haak3 hei3!)


Great to hear that you find the lesson useful. 👍



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uner
Tuesday at 10:46 pm
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明天見! why not 听日见?

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Tom
Sunday at 4:16 am
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唔该晒。很有用。

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Cantoneseclass@101.com
Saturday at 1:48 pm
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Hello Craig,


Very Good observation! 👍


The jyutping for Monday and Sunday are the same but the tone is different.

星期一 (sing1 kei4 jat1) ~ Monday

星期日(sing1 kei4 jat6) ~ Sunday


There is no 星期七(sing1 kei4 cat1) expression in Cantonese although Sunday seems to be the 7th day in a week.


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Craig
Tuesday at 6:32 pm
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Your flashcards say that sing kei jat is the word for both Sunday and Monday. Is Sunday supposed to be sing kei cat?