Exercises like this one would REALLY benefit from coming in different orders sometimes so that we have to pay attention and not just type a list.
I was just thinking that, or something like "On Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday I have classes; on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday I have to work."
Any one else noticed that the 5 days of the week (not including the two true weekend days) end in "-do"?
Yes. Same in English (-day), French (-di), German (-tag)
Except the German "Mittwoch"
I noticed that the days of the week are not capitalized as proper nouns. Is this common in languages other than English?
We don't capitalise days or months in Swedish.
same for Portuguese
In French and Esperanto, it's sometimes capitalized, often not.
In German it's always capitalized because nouns are capitalized.
Maybe it's because I'm wearing headphones, but I can actually hear some echo in the background of the audio.
You need "sabato, dimanĉo" to relax your ears :-)
La Irlandanoj havas kanton pri tion.
Lundo merkredo sabato, mardo jhawdo kaj dimancho.
Jen milito, jen la paco