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What is the difference between 日曜日【にちようび】and 日曜【にちよう】?
In all the japanese learning books, they teach you that xxxday ends with 曜日. But sometimes I get to see xxx曜 only without the "Day" Kanji. Can I shorten it when speaking too or is it only written ? ...
Aug 2 '12 at 13:23
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