How to say Monday in Russian: ponedel'nik


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To say Monday in Russian: ponedel'nik
Say it out loud: “pah nee dyel neek

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Some more helpful words in our Russian Days category:

Friday – pyatnitsa  (pyat nee tsah)
Monday – ponedel'nik  (pah nee dyel neek)
Saturday – subbota  (soo boh tah)
Sunday – voskresen'ye  (vah scree sye nye)
Thursday – chetverg  (cheet vyerk)
Tuesday – vtornik  (ftohr neek)
Wednesday – sreda  (srye dah)

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

Arabic–Al Ethnayn  (al eth nayn)
Chinese–Xīngqīyī  (Shing Chee Ee)
Croatian–ponedjeljak  (poe nah day lock)
Czech–pondělí  (pon dyeh lee)
Finnish–maanantai  (maah nahn tie)
French–Lundi  (luhn dee)
German–Montag  (mohn tahk)
Italian–lunedi  (loo nay dee)
Japanese–Getsu Youbi  (Getsoo Yow Bee)
Korean–Woryoil  (Wol Yo Il)
Polish–poniedziałek  (po nyeah jia' wek)
Portuguese–Segunda-Feira  (se goon da fay rah)
Russian–ponedel'nik  (pah nee dyel neek)
Spanish–lunes  (loo nays)
Swahili–Jumatatu  (joo mah tah' too)
Thai–Wan Jan  (wahn jahn)
Turkish–Pazartesi  (pa zahr tay say)
Vietnamese–Thứ Hai  (Too Hai)

First day of the working week is "Monday" (ponedel'nik). The day you will find government offices open, should you have a query or need your travel documents verified. Of course, you may be given an appointment for other days of the week, which you can learn their translation in Russian by getting instant access to the Russian Language Set.


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