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Months

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Los Meses

11 [eleven]

Months

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11 [once]

Los Meses

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January en--o
February fe----o
March ma--o
   
April ab--l
May ma-o
June ju--o
   
These are six months. Es- s-- s--- m----.
January, February, March, En---- f------- m----,
April, May and June. ab---- m---- j----.
   
July ju--o
August ag---o
September se-------e
   
October oc----e
November no------e
December di------e
   
These are also six months. Es- t------ s-- s--- m----.
July, August, September, Ju---- a------ s---------,
October, November and December. oc------ n-------- y d--------.
   
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