Seven Days of The Week in Thai

 

Days of the week are prefaced by the word วัน [wan] ‘day’. The preposition ‘on’ is not used:

วันจันทร์ [wan jan]                                         Monday

วันอังคาร [wan ang-kaan]                           Tuesday

วันพุธ [wan pút]                                             Wednesday

วันพฤหัสบดี wan prúe-hùt-sà-baw-dii   Thursday

*In spoken Thai Thursdau is shorten to ‘wan prúe-hùt’ or ‘wan pá-rúe-hùt’

วันศุกร์ [wan sùk]                                             Friday

วันเสาร์ [wan săo]                                            Saturday

วันอาทิตย์ [wan aa-tít]                                   Sunday

 

For example;

ผมจะไปประเทศไทยวันพุธ [pŏm jà bpai bprà-tâde tai wan pút]

I will go to Thailand on Wednesday.

 

เราชอบดูหนังวันศุกร์ [rao chôrp duu năng wan sùk]

We like to watch movies on Friday.

 

A: วันนี้วันอะไร [wan-níi wan à-rai?]

What day is Today?

B: วันนี้วันศุกร์ [wan- níi wan sùk]

Today is Friday.

 

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Mod

 

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2 Responses to Seven Days of The Week in Thai

  1. Per Westphal Jensen 08/11/2015 at 16:36 #

    Sawasdee Khun Mod,

    Thank You…….I find this very informative.

    PW.

    • Mod 23/11/2015 at 15:09 #

      Sawatdee ka Per, thank you for your comment. I am happy to hear that you found this lesson useful in your Thai learning. 🙂

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