How to say Friday in Chinese: Xīngqīwǔ

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How to say Friday in Chinese: Xīngqīwǔ

Learning Chinese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say Friday in Chinese: Xīngqīwǔ
Say it out loud: “Shing Chee Woo

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Some more helpful words in our Chinese Days category:

Friday – Xīngqīwǔ  (Shing Chee Woo)
Monday – Xīngqīyī  (Shing Chee Ee)
Saturday – Xīngqīliù  (Shing Chee Lyo)
Sunday – Xīngqītiān  (Shing Chee Tyen)
Thursday – Xīngqīsì  (Shing Chee Si)
Tuesday – Xīngqīèr  (Shing Chee Ar)
Wednesday – Xīngqīsān  (Shing Chee San)

And here’s how to say Friday in other languages!

Arabic–Al Jum'a  (al jum ha)
Chinese–Xīngqīwǔ  (Shing Chee Woo)
Croatian–petak  (pay tock)
Czech–pátek  (PAH tek)
Finnish–perjantai  (pehr yan tie)
French–Vendredi  (vahn duruh dee)
German–Freitag  (fry tahk)
Italian–venerdi  (ven nair dee)
Japanese–Kin Youbi  (Kin Yow Bee)
Korean–Geumyoil  (Keum Yo Il)
Polish–piątek  (peeow' tek)
Portuguese–Sexta-Feira  (ses tah fay rah)
Russian–pyatnitsa  (pyat nee tsah)
Spanish–viernes  (vee yair' nays)
Swahili–Ijumaa  (ee joo mah)
Thai–Wan Suk  (wahn sook)
Turkish–Cuma  (joo mah)
Vietnamese–Thứ Sáu  (Too Sau)

"Friday" (Xīngqīwǔ) is the last day of the week and most entertainment activities start on this day. You may ask your host "what do you have planned for "Friday" (Xīngqīwǔ)?" Get instant access to the Chinese Language Set.

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Fred Bane
Biography: Fred Bane is a media producer and translator living in Nanjing China. Since graduating with a BA in International Relations from American University in 2007, Fred has lived in Vietnam and then China, where he received a Masters in Ethnography from Nanjing University in 2012. Fred currently works for a non-profit organization involved in education and cultural exchange, and moonlights as a Chinese-English medical translator.
Born: Portland, Oregon, USA
Location: Nanjing, China
Website : Ameson Education and Culture Exchange Foundation

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