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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday… today on Bisaya Buddy we will learn the days of the week in Bisaya! The days of the week are words that you use every single day, so if you want to be able to speak Bisaya, you need to learn these!
When you learn the days of the week in Bisaya, you might be in for a little surprise! Just watch and I am sure you will notice it right away. in fact, you might already know the Bisaya Days of the Week without even realizing it!
Keeping up with your “to-do list” or places you need to go on your calendar will all involve knowing the days of the week. These words are used so frequently in the language, regardless of what language you are using.
Learning to speak Bisaya will really improve your life if you choose to live in a Bisaya area. I know that it has made my life a lot better and more enjoyable since I learned. I started learning to speak Bisaya in 2008 and finished up with the lessons in 2012. I am so glad that I did it. It made for a happier life in the Philippines!
I hope you enjoyed today’s lesson! It is not hard to learn the days of the week, in fact, many of you probably know them already, even if you don’t realize it!
Great Cebuano program. I have studied the lessons in quizlet. I would like to take the whole course but with the lockdown and work being very slow can not afford to now, even though, I know the price is reduced to P 99.99. I was hoping to see a Christmas lockdown mercy price of P 50.00. But I understand you can’t just give your product away. And then again, being 68 years old, I think it might be to difficult to teach an old dog new tricks. I’m thankful many people here in Davao City understand English more than I understand Cebuano. Thank you and God bless…
Robert Martin says
Hi Jack – My course is priced in US Dollars, $99.99 (not in Pesos). But, I can give you a coupon code for $50 off, making it just $49 for you. When you go through the checkout just enter the coupon code “giveme50” and you will get $50 off.
I lived in Davao for 20 years. I can assure you that knowing Cebuano (called Bisaya in Davao) will do you a great amount of good there!