How To Say days in East Timor

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Traveling to or studying in East Timor, it can be useful to learn how to say and pronounce Time words such as days. Located in , East Timor has a population of unspecified consisting of unspecified and sees the arrival of less than 10 tourists a year. In East Timor, they speak Portuguese. SpeakSheets offers our Lifetime Members printable and downloadable language one-sheets with no monthly costs ever, guaranteed. With more than 17 languages covering over 2.3 billion people worldwide, we can help make your travels to East Timor and beyond even more fun!

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In case you are traveling to other countries in or elsewhere in the world, here are some more helpful words from our East Timor Time category: business hoursday after tomorrowdayslast nightlaterminutesmonthsnext timeone hourthis eveningthis morningtodaytomorrowtwo hoursweekswhen?yearsyesterday; last nightyou got the time?

We provide translations for these phrases and over 200 more and growing. We guarantee our language sheets are best on the web. Here's how to say days in Portuguese for your trip to East Timor :

To say days in Portuguese :
Pronounce it: " "

Some more helpful words in our Portuguese Time category:
business hours – Horário De Serviço  (oh rah ree-oo jee sehr vee soo )
day after tomorrow – Depois De Amanhã  (jee po-ees jee ah man yahn )
one hour – Uma Hora  (oo mah oh rah )
this evening – Esta Tarde  (es ta tahr jee )
this morning – Esta Manhã  (es ta man yahn )
today – Hoje  (oh jee )
tomorrow – Amanhã  (ah man yahn )
two hours – Duas Horas  (doo-aas oh ras )
when? – Quando  (koo-an doo )
yesterday; last night – Ontem / Ontem À Noite  (ohn tehm / ohn tehm ah no-ee chee )
you got the time? – Que Horas São?  (kay oh ras sah-oo? )
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East Timor
Population: unspecified
Languages: Portuguese
Currency: usd
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