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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. 😄
唔使客氣! (m4 sai2 haak3 hei3!)
Great to hear that you find the lesson useful. 👍
明天見! why not 听日见？
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.
Your flashcards say that sing kei jat is the word for both Sunday and Monday. Is Sunday supposed to be sing kei cat?