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AprenentCatalà
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Mar 14, 2012, 9:27 PM

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L´altre dia una estudianta em va fer la pregunta de per què es deia en català "cap de setmana" al dissabte i al diumenge quan són al final de la setmana...
Algú ho sap? Podeu ajudar-me. Ho trobo molt curiós, i vosaltres?


Mike
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Mar 22, 2012, 12:43 PM

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Re: [AprenentCatalà] Cap de setmana [In reply to] Can't Post

Hola!

El primer dia de la setmana és diumenge, encara que la gent el considera l'últim.

Cap pot significar darrer, part superior d'alguna cosa, a la fi de: cap de setmana, cap de mes, cap d'una muntanya, cap d'una persona, al cap d'un any.

Cap d'any sembla ser el primer dia de l'any. Cap de setmana, els darrers dies de la setmana.

Abans diumenge era el dia de descans, i és el primer dia de la setmana. Dissabte la gent treballava.

Salutacions,
Mike


(This post was edited by Mike on Mar 22, 2012, 12:51 PM)

 
 


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