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Learning Chinese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:
To say Wednesday in Chinese: Xīngqīsān
Say it out loud: “Shing Chee San“
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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 Wednesday in other languages!
Arabic–Al Arbe'a' (al ar be hah)
Chinese–Xīngqīsān (Shing Chee San)
Croatian–srijeda (sray dah)
Czech–středa (sthr ay dah)
Finnish–keskiviikko (que ski veeck koh)
French–Mercredi (mehr cruh dee)
German–Mittwoch (mitt vock)
Italian–marcoledi (mair coh lay dee)
Japanese–Sui Youbi (Sui Yow Bee)
Korean–Suyoil (Soo Yo Il)
Polish–środa (shro' dah)
Portuguese–Quarta-Feira (koo-ahr tah fay rah)
Russian–sreda (srye dah)
Spanish–miércoles (mee air' coe lays)
Swahili–Jumatano (joo mah tah' no)
Thai–Wan Pht (wahn poot)
Turkish–carşamba (jar shahm bah)
Vietnamese–Thứ Tư (Too Too)
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