Turkish Days of the Week

Learn the days of the week in Turkish

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Days of the Week in Turkish

Monday  pazartesi 
Tuesday  salı 
Wednesday  çarşamba 
Thursday  perşembe 
Friday  cumā 
Saturday  cumartesi 
Sunday  pazar 
the day  gün 
the week  hafta 
this week  bu hafta 
the weekend  haftasonu 
today  bugün 
tomorrow  yarın 
yesterday  dün 

To say “on Monday”, the expression pazartesi günü is used. It means literally “on the day of Monday”. This is true for other days of the week (salıgünü, cuma günü etc.). Days of the week are not capitalized; unless they are used in an exact date, as in 19 Ocak Salı (January 19th, Tuesday).


 

 

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