1、今天天气怎么样？ Sunny weather!
Japanese phrase: How is the weather today? It’s sunny.
假名：How is the weather today? It’s sunny.
Chinese pronunciation: ki哟诺嗯ki哇多嘚丝丝嘎. 哈类嘚丝.
2、This day is the star period 几? The fourth star period.
Japanese: What day is today? It is Thursday.
假名：What day is today? Thursday.
Chinese pronunciation: ki谐哇那嗯哟比嘚丝嘎. 末库哟比嘚丝.
3、你’re going to have a great year this year,20岁了!
Japanese: How old are you this year? I am 20 years old.
Japanese: How old are you this year? I am eight years old.
4、You most 喜欢干什么? 听音乐!
Japanese: What do you like to do most? Music闻.
假名：What do you like most? Listening to music.
Chinese pronunciation: I jiban screen ki 那扣多 哇那嗯嘚丝嘎. 哦嗯嘎库哦ki库扣多嘚丝.
日语: What day is today
假名: Kiyo wa nanyobi? Today is what day is
How to say “What day of the week is today” in Japanese
Do you often see cute little calendars like this posted by your friends? But why can’t you tell what day of the week it is?
This is because the Japanese word for “week” is used. Although the Chinese characters in Japanese come from China, the word for “week” is different from the modern Chinese word for “week”, and instead of using numbers, the word for “week” uses astrology, which is a bit more complicated than Chinese, but you will be able to memorize it after a long time.
Now I’m going to share with you how to say “week” in Romanized characters.
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Shortened from kanji, it is
After learning how to say the day of the week, you have to add the word today to express what day of the week it is.
Today (きょう) is Suiyoichi (すいようび).
Today is Wednesday.
What does the day of the week mean in Japanese?
Tudu (どようび, Doyoubi) Saturday
Nichiyoubi (にちようび, Nichiyoubi) Sunday
In spoken Japanese, you often omit the word “日(び,bi)” and simply say
In colloquial Japanese, “月曜” (げつよう、getsuyou) “金曜” (きんよう、kinyou) is often omitted in favor of “日(び、bi)”, and is simply said as “月曜”.
Ancient China, Korea, Japan, and North Korea all used such calendars that counted the days in terms of the seven observers.
Similar use in ancient Babylon
The Babylonians had a weekly system from the 7th to 6th centuries BC. They divided a month into four weeks, and each week had seven days, or a week. The ancient Babylonians built the Altar of the Seven Stars to honor the star gods. The Altar of the Seven Stars was divided into 7 tiers, with one star god on each tier, and from top to bottom these were the 7 gods of sun, moon, fire, water, wood, gold and earth.
The seven gods were each in charge of one day a week, so one god was worshipped every day, and each day was named after a god: Shamash, the sun god, was in charge of Sunday, known as the Day of the Sun; Sin, the moon god, was in charge of Monday, known as the Day of the Moon; Nergal, the Mars god, was in charge of Tuesday, known as the Day of the Fire; Nabu, the Mercury god, was in charge of Wednesday, known as the Day of the Water; Marduk, the Jupiter god, was in charge of Thursday, known as the Day of the Wood; Ishtar, the Venus god, was in charge of Friday, which is called the Golden Yoga; and Ninurda, the god of Saturn, is in charge of Saturday, which is called the Earth Yoga.
日语翻译：今天是几月几日? What is the weather like? How is the weather? You are at home with your family?
1. What day is today? （What is the date of the month today?) Today is February 7. （Today is February 7.)
2. How is the weather today? （How is the weather today?) Today’s weather is sunny. （Today’s weather is sunny.)
3. How many people are in your family? How many are in your family? （There are three of us.)
How to say today’s number in Japanese
Japanese saying: Today is what day desu ka.
What day of the week in what month is written:
Monday – Lunar曜日 – getsuyoubi
Tuesday. Fire曜日 – kayoubi
Wednesday – 水曜日 – suyiyoubi
Thursday –Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday – Friday kinnyoubi
Saturday – Tu (土曜日) – doyoubi
Sunday – Nikko (日曜日) –nitiyoubi
1st – tsuyitati
2nd – futsuka
4th — yokka
5th — yituka
7th — nanoka
8th — youka
10th — touka
12th — jyuuniniti
13th Day – jyuusannniti
14 – jyuuyokka
15 – jyuugoniti
16th – jyuurokuniti
17th – jyuushitiniti
19th – jyuukuniti
20th – hatuka
22nd — nijyuuniniti
23rd — nijyuusannniti
24th – nijyuuyokka
25th – nijyuugoniti
27th — nijyuushitiniti
28th — nijyuuhatiniti
29th – nijyuukuniti
30th – sannjyuuniti
January – yitigatu
February – nigatu
March – sanngatu
April – shigatu
May – gogatu
June – rokugatu
July – shitigatu
August – hatigatu
September – kugatu
October – jyuugatu
November – jyuuyitigatu
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