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Days of the Week in Europe Quiz

Can you correctly spell the words for the days of the week in Spanish, French, and German?
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Last updated: April 30, 2016
First submittedApril 28, 2016
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Day
Spanish
French
German
Monday
Lunes
Lundi
Montag
Tuesday
Martes
Mardi
Dienstag
Wednesday
Miércoles
Mercredi
Mittwoch
Thursday
Jueves
Jeudi
Donnerstag
Friday
Viernes
Vendredi
Freitag
Saturday
Sábado
Samedi
Samstag
Sunday
Domingo
Dimanche
Sonntag
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level 83
Apr 28, 2016
Been too long since I've been to Germany, forgot Samstag. Sonnabend worked, though, so no complains.
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level 61
Dec 8, 2018
Huh never ever heard of that. Is that in a specefic part of germany?
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level 60
Apr 28, 2016
I wonder why all the Spanish days are so low?
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level ∞
Apr 29, 2016
Good question. I think French is highest because we have a decent amount of traffic from French-speaking countries.
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level 60
Apr 30, 2016
Cool. I could only get the Spanish answers, maybe that's why those days are actually higher than they should be!
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level 78
May 3, 2016
Well, me, for example. Being from Belgium, I know the days in French and German, but not in Spanish.
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level 68
May 30, 2016
French is also much more popular than Spanish as a foreign language in most European countries. In Greece, for example, we have to choose between French and German as a second foreign language at school. So about half of the younger population speaks some French, while almost nobody speaks Spanish.
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level 69
Aug 4, 2016
Was kinda surprised by that, given there are more Spanish speakers than French and German combined by a fair margin and Spanish is the second most common language in the US where - I assume - most of this site's users come from.
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level 60
Mar 30, 2017
Came back 11 months later and got the French ones. I'm not planning on learning German, however!
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level 61
Dec 8, 2018
We get two years (or was it one? Been too long) mandatory french and german in the netherlands. When I was younger and I saw in tvseries that (like 13/14 year old) kids got spanish in school I was very surprised. But later I thought it made sense, being close to mexico. Spanish isnt even a subject you can choose here in school. Maybe after high school when you are 18 there are spanish studies you can choose? Not even sure about that. You can ofcourse probably do an internet course. Or an (adult) evening course, like you can do a cooking course etc.
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level 72
Apr 29, 2016
Interesting illustration - why a picture of the sun being shot at by a bullet?
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level 78
May 3, 2016
Sunday/Sonntag, I guess.
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level 69
Jun 8, 2016
It's actually the moon. That image is from one of the oldest movies ever made.
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level 78
Jun 11, 2016
Of course, you're right... Monday/Montag/Lundi/Lunes then ;).
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level 49
Jun 18, 2016
Its from a famous silent French Film. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Trip_to_the_Moon
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level 73
Jun 5, 2016
yeah because there are only 3 languages in europe other than english..slavic languages never get any love on this site
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level 72
Jun 18, 2016
Italian could also be a nice addition
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level 59
Jun 19, 2016
Perhaps you would like my version with 32 languages: www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/28534/days-of-the-week-in-europe-insane
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level 62
Jun 22, 2016
Or take a more simpler one with only 8 languages
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level 50
Jun 18, 2016
I speak Spanish and French. I don't know a lick of German... 14/21
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level 56
Jun 18, 2016
Too easy as a dutchie were we learned all 3 of them at school :). German one is very similar to the dutch one btw
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level 45
Jun 21, 2016
Italian should also be on this quiz!
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level 59
Dec 4, 2017
italian should be, indeed !
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level 61
Dec 8, 2018
Had all the german. Missed jeudi (apparently not the only one, it is the lowest french one. I allways forget it. (Friday to, but it eventually comes to me. It goes lundi mardi mercredi (tried a long to spell it right, knew how it sounded) samedi dimanche, in my head. Then I have to think hard for the others. I am surprised mittwoch isnt lower. Since it deviates. Had none of the spanish. Eventually remebered day being dias/dies. So tried some french with that ending. Seeing the answer I do recongnize some of the spanish (well you can recognize all the french in them but that is not what I meant) mainly sabado and domingo. Funnily there too thursday scores the lowest. What is it with that day. Maybe donnerstag has stolen their thunder (hahah I thought of this phrase unaware of the double relevance)
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level 61
Jan 17, 2019
Hmm guess i ve learned something... a month later and I got 5 more right. That pesky jeudi, and 4 of the spanish ones

weird how thrusday and friday in spanish are lower and how german monday is higher than the rest in their language. (Well freitag breaks apart a little too). I really wonder why