Learn How to Speak Tagalog | Days of the Week

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Have you ever went to the Philippines and were told words you don’t understand? Here we will learn about some of the basic words in the Filipino Vocabulary.
Today we will learn about the Days in the week in Tagalog or as we say it in the Philippines “Mga Araw ng Linggo.” So let’s get started.

 

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The first day of the week is Sunday. The tagalog of Sunday is “Linggo.”
Tips: Linggo has double meaning in the Philippines. It can either mean “Sunday” or “Week” For example if we want to say “We go to church on Sunday” we say “Nagsisimba kami sa Linggo”

 

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The second day of the week is Monday. The tagalog of Monday is “Lunes.”

If we’re going to say “on Monday” we say “sa Lunes.” That is because “on” in tagalog is “sa”

For example if we want to say “I have school on Monday” we say “May pasok ako sa Lunes”

 

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The third day of the week is Tuesday. The tagalog of Tuesday is “Martes.” For example if we want to say “We have guest on Tuesday” we say “May bisita kami sa Martes”

 

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The fourth day of the week is Wednesday. The tagalog of Wednesday is “Miyerkules.” For those having a hard time to pronounce this, the word Miyerkules is pronounced “Mi-yer-kyu-les”

For example if we want to say “We will play on Wednesday” we say “Maglalaro kami sa Miyerkules”

 

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The fifth day of the week is Thursday. The tagalog of Thursday is “Huwebes.

” For example if we want to say “The concert is on Thursday” we say “ang konsyerto ay sa Huwebes”

 

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The sixth day of the week is Friday. The tagalog of Friday is “Biyernes.”

For example if we want to say “We will watch a movie on Friday” we say “Manonood kami ng pelikula sa Biyernes”

 

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The last day of the week is Sunday. The tagalog of Sunday is “Sabado.”

For example if we want to say “Laundry day is on Saturday” we say “Araw ng pag laba ay ay sa Sabado”

 

Now you know how to say the days of the weeks in Tagalog. I hope you will benefit from this lesson and become more fluent in the Filipino language. Next time you see a Filipino you now know what to say

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