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"Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday."

Translation:Senin, Selasa, Rabu, Kamis, Jumat, Sabtu, Minggu.

August 17, 2018



Interesting: "Jumat" has the same arabic root as a word from Numbers lesson "Jumlah"="the total sum". Friday is the day of gathering!


Isn't it still correct to put hari in front? E.g. Hari senin is Monday


It's correct to include Hari but one of the choices had Hari Saat for Sunday, which is incorrect. Bit of a trick question. Hari saat would mean the current day.


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It should still accept "Hari Senin, Hari Selasa, Hari Rabu, Hari Kamis, Hari Jumat, Hari Sabtu, Hari Minggu". Especially when earlier answers want "Hari" infront


In correct Indonesian writing "hari" is always needed before the name of the day, like: Hari Rabu dan hari Kamis.


I read that you can omit Hari for most of the days except for hari Minggu (Assimil)


In speaking like bercakap-cakap it is possible but not in formal writing and also not in a formal speech.


Wow I just knew that Sunday is called 'minggu' in B.Indonesia


I use SwiftKey as my phone's keyboard, and it remembers the sequence of words used in answering. So, it offers all the days of the week in sequence. Saves me typing. But it never remembers Sunday.

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