Thursday, December 13, 2007

Today is ...

It seems like Michelle got tired of praying for a verb and posting an Italian word of the day. So I'll pick up today -- "oggi" means today -- by repeating what I just heard on my My Daily Phrase Italian podcast.

Today we learned days of the week.

Today, Thursday is giovedi. Oggi e giovedi.

Domani, Friday, is venerdi.

Then sabato, domenica, lunedi, martedi, mercoledi and back to giovedi.

That's all for today. Tutti per oggi. Buona notte e grazie.


Janice said...

Do you capitalize days of week in Italian?

Mark said...

no, I don't think so. I don't think they're big on capitalizing.