en Months   »   zh 月(复数)

11 [eleven]




11 [Shíyī]


[yuè (fùshù)]

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January -月 一月 一- -- 一月 0
yī-yuè yī yuè y- y-è ------ yī yuè
February -月 二月 二- -- 二月 0
è--y-è èr yuè è- y-è ------ èr yuè
March -月 三月 三- -- 三月 0
s-n yuè sān yuè s-n y-è ------- sān yuè
April -月 四月 四- -- 四月 0
s--y-è sì yuè s- y-è ------ sì yuè
May -月 五月 五- -- 五月 0
w- y-è wǔ yuè w- y-è ------ wǔ yuè
June -月 六月 六- -- 六月 0
l-- yuè liù yuè l-ù y-è ------- liù yuè
These are six months. 这是 六个---。 这是 六个 月 。 这- 六- 月 。 --------- 这是 六个 月 。 0
zh--------- g- -u-. zhè shì liù gè yuè. z-è s-ì l-ù g- y-è- ------------------- zhè shì liù gè yuè.
January, February, March, 一---二---三-, 一月, 二月, 三月, 一-, 二-, 三-, ----------- 一月, 二月, 三月, 0
Y---uè, èr-y-è, sā- y--, Yī yuè, èr yuè, sān yuè, Y- y-è- è- y-è- s-n y-è- ------------------------ Yī yuè, èr yuè, sān yuè,
April, May and June. 四月---月-- -月 四月, 五月 和 六月 四-, 五- 和 六- ----------- 四月, 五月 和 六月 0
sì -uè,-wǔ --è ---li--y-è sì yuè, wǔ yuè hé liù yuè s- y-è- w- y-è h- l-ù y-è ------------------------- sì yuè, wǔ yuè hé liù yuè
July -月 七月 七- -- 七月 0
q- -uè qī yuè q- y-è ------ qī yuè
August 八- 八月 八- -- 八月 0
b- y-è bā yuè b- y-è ------ bā yuè
September 九- 九月 九- -- 九月 0
j-- yuè jiǔ yuè j-ǔ y-è ------- jiǔ yuè
October -月 十月 十- -- 十月 0
s-- yuè shí yuè s-í y-è ------- shí yuè
November 十-月 十一月 十-月 --- 十一月 0
shíyī --è shíyī yuè s-í-ī y-è --------- shíyī yuè
December 十二月 十二月 十-月 --- 十二月 0
s--'----uè shí'èr yuè s-í-è- y-è ---------- shí'èr yuè
These are also six months. 这 - 是-六个 --。 这 也 是 六个 月 。 这 也 是 六- 月 。 ------------ 这 也 是 六个 月 。 0
z-- --s---l-ù -è y-è. zhè yěshì liù gè yuè. z-è y-s-ì l-ù g- y-è- --------------------- zhè yěshì liù gè yuè.
July, August, September, 七-,-----九月 七月, 八月, 九月 七-, 八-, 九- ---------- 七月, 八月, 九月 0
Qī-yu-,--ā --è--jiǔ --è Qī yuè, bā yuè, jiǔ yuè Q- y-è- b- y-è- j-ǔ y-è ----------------------- Qī yuè, bā yuè, jiǔ yuè
October, November and December. 十----一月 和 -二月 十月, 十一月 和 十二月 十-, 十-月 和 十-月 ------------- 十月, 十一月 和 十二月 0
sh--y--- s-íy- --è-hé shí-èr --è shí yuè, shíyī yuè hé shí'èr yuè s-í y-è- s-í-ī y-è h- s-í-è- y-è -------------------------------- shí yuè, shíyī yuè hé shí'èr yuè

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