Days, months and seasons in Vietnamese
In this chapter, we will introduce you to the vocabulary about the days, months and seasons in Vietnamese. It is important to note that for both the days and the months, the Vietnamese don't have specific names but they count them. For instance, January would be tháng một = month 1.
The days of the week in Vietnamese
As mentioned before, there are no specific names for the days of the week.
Ngày means literally day and can be placed in front of the days but it is mostly left out in the spoken language.
- Chủ nhật means main day and that's when the week starts. That's why Monday continues with day 2.
The months of the year in Vietnamese
Tháng again means literally month and you count them as follows:
|November||tháng mười một|
|December||tháng mười hai|
The seasons in Vietnamese
For the word season, the Vietnamese use mùa and then add the word for the specific season:
How to say the date in Vietnamese
If you want to tell the date in Vietnamese, you should remember the following format first DD/MM/YYYY.
For day you use ngày, for month tháng and for year năm:
- Ngày + (1-31) + tháng + (1-12) + năm (xxxx)
- e.g. 31/07/2017 = ngày ba mốt tháng bảy năm hai nghìn không trăm mười bảy
This was pretty easy, wasn't it? Instead of needing to learn new vocabulary, you can just name the days and months by counting them. How convenient! Let's test your skills with our exercises!
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