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German Days of the Week

Learn the days of the week in German with the award-winning Rosetta Stone app.

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Whether you’re planning to enjoy a trip to the beautiful Western European country of Germany, or have business dealings with this economic powerhouse, you’ll want to be able to communicate the days of the week properly. To give you a taste of German, check out the translation of the days of the week in this traditional language:

  • Sunday = Sonntag
  • Monday = Montag
  • Tuesday = Dienstag
  • Wednesday = Mittwoch
  • Thursday = Donnerstag
  • Friday = Freitag
  • Saturday = Samstag

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