Quiz: Do You Know The Days Of The Week In Portuguese?

How well do you know your Portuguese weekdays? Take this quiz and find out!
June 5, 2019
Quiz: Do You Know The Days Of The Week In Portuguese?

It’s never a bad idea to know what day it is. And it’s never a bad idea to know what day it is in Portuguese, either. If you think you have what it takes to ace this Portuguese weekdays quiz, we invite you to test your knowledge below.

If you need a review session, brush up on your knowledge of how to write the date in Portuguese first. This will also teach you the date format, as well as months of the year.

Note: In Brazilian Portuguese, which has a few differences from European Portuguese, the day of the week is always preceded by the definite article o or a. This isn’t the case in Portugal, where the articles are dropped.

Now, learn more Portuguese.
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Steph is a writer, lindy hopper, and astrologer. She’s also a language enthusiast who grew up bilingual and had an early love affair with books. She has mostly proved herself as a New Yorker, and she can introduce herself in Swedish thanks to Babbel. She also speaks Russian and Spanish, but she’s a little rusty on those fronts.

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