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9 [nine]

Days of the week


৯ [নয়]

সপ্তাহের বিভিন্ন দিন


the week
from Monday to Sunday
সোমবার থেকে রবিবার পর্যন্ত
Sōmabāra thēkē rabibāra paryanta
The first day is Monday.
প্রথম দিন হল সোমবার ৷
Prathama dina hala sōmabāra
The second day is Tuesday.
দ্বিতীয় দিন হল মঙ্গলবার ৷
Dbitīẏa dina hala maṅgalabāra
The third day is Wednesday.
তৃতীয় দিন হল বুধবার ৷
Tr̥tīẏa dina hala budhabāra
The fourth day is Thursday.
চতুর্থ দিন হল বৃহস্পতিবার ৷
Caturtha dina hala br̥haspatibāra
The fifth day is Friday.
পঞ্চম দিন হল শুক্রবার ৷
Pañcama dina hala śukrabāra
The sixth day is Saturday.
ষষ্ঠ দিন হল শনিবার ৷
Ṣaṣṭha dina hala śanibāra
The seventh day is Sunday.
সপ্তম দিন হল রবিবার ৷
Saptama dina hala rabibāra
The week has seven days.
সাত দিনে এক সপ্তাহ ৷
Sāta dinē ēka saptāha
We only work for five days.
আমরা কেবলমাত্র পাঁচ দিন কাজ করি ৷
Āmarā kēbalamātra pām̐ca dina kāja kari

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Constructed Esperanto

English is the most important universal language of today. Everyone is supposed to be able to communicate using it. But other languages also want to reach this goal. Constructed languages, for example. Constructed languages are purposely created and developed. That is, there is a plan according to which they are designed. With constructed languages, elements from different languages are mixed together. In this way, they should be easy to learn for as many people as possible. The goal of each constructed language is international communication. The most well-known constructed language is Esperanto. It was first introduced in 1887 in Warsaw. Its founder was the doctor Ludwik L. Zamenhof. He believed the main cause of (social) unrest lay in communication problems. Therefore, he wanted to create a language to bring people together. With it, people should talk with each other on an equal level. The pseudonym of the doctor was Dr. Esperanto, the Hopeful. That shows how much he believed in his dream. But the idea of universal understanding is much older. To date, many different constructed languages have been developed. They are associated with goals like tolerance and human rights. Speakers in more than 120 countries are proficient in Esperanto today. But there is also criticism against Esperanto. For example, 70% of the vocabulary has its source in Romance languages. And Esperanto is also distinctly shaped on Indo-European languages. It's speakers exchange thoughts and ideas at conventions and in clubs. Meetings and lectures are organized regularly. So, are you up for some Esperanto? Ĉu vi parolas Esperanton? – Jes, mi parolas Esperanton tre bone!

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American ______ is counted among the West Germanic languages. It is a North American ______ dialect, like Canadian ______. It is the native language of approximately 300 million people. That being the case, it is the most-spoken form of ______. It is, however, very similar to British ______. As a rule, speakers of both forms can communicate with each other easily. The conversation only becomes difficult if both sides speak very strong dialects. There are also a few distinct differences between the two forms.

These apply primarily to pronunciation, vocabulary, and orthography. In many cases the grammar and punctuation deviate from one another. The importance of American ______ is increasing compared to British ______. This is mainly due to the large influence of the North American film and music industry. They have been exporting their language throughout the world for centuries. Even India and Pakistan, once British colonies, are adopting "Americanisms" today. Learn American ______, it is the most influential language in the world!

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