Essential Bulgarian Vocabulary: The calendar (days, months, seasons)

Bulgarian Vocabulary: The calendar (days, months, seasons)

– Useful words you should know –

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Want to learn the Bulgarian language? Here’s a complete list of the most basic, common and useful words in Bulgarian with their translation in English, on the topic of the calendar (days, months, seasons). Ideal to help you boost your Bulgarian vocabulary!

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ENGLISH BULGARIAN
DAYS OF THE WEEK DNI OT SEDMITSATA
Monday ponedelnik
Tuesday vtornik
Wednesday sryada
Thursday chetvŭrtŭk
Friday petŭk
Saturday Sŭbota
Sunday nedelya
THE MONTHS MESETSITE
January yanuari
February fevruari
March Mart
April april
May Mozhe
June yuni
July Yuli
August Avgust
September Septemvri
October oktomvri
November noemvri
December dekemvri
THE SEASONS SEZONITE
Spring Prolet
Summer lyato
Autumn Esenta
Winter Zima
WHEN ? KOGA ?
before predi
after sled
soon skoro
this month tozi mesets
this year tazi godina
this week tazi sedmitsa
from time to time ot vreme na vreme
already veche
today dnes
tomorrow utre
yesterday vchera
last night minalata nosht
the day before yesterday onzi den
a long time ago predi mnogo vreme
a week ago predi sedmitsa
never nikoga
next year sledvashtata godina
next time sledvashtiyat pŭt
next week sledvashtata sedmitsa
next month sledvashtiyat mesets
last year minalata godina
last month minaliya mesets
last week minalata sedmitsa
in the morning sutrinta
in the afternoon sledobed
in the evening vecherta
the day denyat
now sega
later po kŭsno
immediately vednaga
sometimes ponyakoga
rarely ryadko
recently naskoro
frequently chesto
often chesto
very often mnogo chesto
slowly bavno
quickly bŭrzo
late kŭsen
early rano
always vinagi
every day vseki den
right away vednaga
all the time prez tsyaloto vreme
all day long tsyal den
a holiday vakantsiya
a month mesets
a year godishno
an hour chas
a minute minuta
a week sedmitsa

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