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|Highscores (24 registered players)|
|1||Jonas||100%||0:30.7 min.||21 Feb, '11|
|2||albl68||100%||0:40.7 min.||30 Sep, '11|
|3||Sab||100%||0:44.8 min.||10 Jul, '11|
|4||Thalion96||100%||0:47.9 min.||13 Aug, '14|
|5||Nuclearclown||100%||0:48.9 min.||15 Feb, '11|
|6||Schercrou||100%||0:51.0 min.||16 Aug, '14|
|7||Snavelaar||100%||0:53.1 min.||22 May, '11|
|8||Laurent307||100%||0:53.6 min.||29 Sep, '12|
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This is an online quiz called Days of the Week in Latin Languages
There is a printable worksheet available for download here so you can take the quiz with pen and paper.
In these languages the word Sunday comes from the Latin expression for "The Day of Lord"; Saturday comes from the Hebrew word "Shabbat", sacred day of relaxation. Portuguese is the only language which the other days mean second to sixth fair literally.