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Learning Chinese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:
To say Sunday in Chinese: Xīngqītiān
Say it out loud: “Shing Chee Tyen“
You can learn how to say Sunday and over 220 other travel-friendly words and phrases with our inexpensive, easy-to-use Chinese language cheat sheets. We can help you make your next trip to another country even more fun and immersive. Click below!
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 Sunday in other languages!
Arabic–Al Had (al had)
Chinese–Xīngqītiān (Shing Chee Tyen)
Croatian–nedjelja (neh day lah)
Czech–neděle (ned YEHL uh)
Finnish–sunnuntai (suhn nuhn tie)
French–Dimanche (dee mahnsh)
German–Sonntag (zon tahk)
Italian–domenica (doh men nee kuh)
Japanese–Nicchi Youbi (Nee Chee Yow Bee)
Korean–Iryoil (Il Yo Il)
Polish–niedziela (nyeah jeh' la)
Portuguese–Domingo (do meen goo)
Russian–voskresen'ye (vah scree sye nye)
Spanish–domingo (doe meen' goe)
Swahili–Jumapili (joo mah pee lee)
Thai–Wan Athit (wahn ah tit)
Turkish–Pazar (pa zahr)
Vietnamese–Chủ Nhật (Chew Nyuht)
When learning Chinese days of the week are among the first and easy phrases that you will learn, and how to use it. For example "Sunday" (Xīngqītiān) . So when asked, what day is it today? You will answer "Sunday" (Xīngqītiān).
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