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German - English (British) translations for "Monat"

"Monat" German translation





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Meaning: month

Ich habe im letzten Monat viel gearbeitet.

I worked a lot last month.

Meaning: moon

Der Vollmond leuchtete hell am Himmel.

The full moon shone brightly in the sky.

Meaning: period

Sie hat ihre Periode diesen Monat schon zweimal gehabt.

She has already had her period twice this month.

Meaning: paycheck

Mein Chef hat mir meinen Monatslohn überwiesen.

My boss transferred my monthly paycheck to me.


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A1: Ich gehe jeden Monat zum Friseur.

A1: I go to the hairdresser every month.

A1: Mein Geburtstag ist im nächsten Monat.

A1: My birthday is next month.

A1: Der Januar ist der erste Monat des Jahres.

A1: January is the first month of the year.

B1: In welchem Monat bist du geboren?

B1: In which month were you born?

B1: Wir haben letzten Monat eine Reise nach Italien gemacht.

B1: We took a trip to Italy last month.

B1: Nächsten Monat werde ich meinen Führerschein machen.

B1: Next month, I will get my driver's license.

C1: Im Laufe des Monats habe ich viele wichtige Entscheidungen getroffen.

C1: Throughout the month, I made many important decisions.

C1: Die Ausstellung dauert den ganzen Monat über an.

C1: The exhibition lasts throughout the entire month.

C1: Der letzte Monat war sehr stressig für mich, aber jetzt kann ich entspannen.

C1: Last month was very stressful for me, but now I can relax.

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The German noun 'Monat' translates to 'month' in English. It is a masculine noun and belongs to the second declension class. In German, nouns are declined according to their gender, case, and number.

In German, the names of the months are not capitalized unless they appear at the beginning of a sentence. The days of the week, on the other hand, are always capitalized. The names of the months in German are similar to those in English, with some minor differences. For example, January is 'Januar', February is 'Februar', and so on.

When talking about dates in German, it is common to use the ordinal numbers for the day and month. For example, 'der erste Januar' means 'the first of January'. Additionally, when stating a specific date, Germans often use the format 'day.month.year', unlike the 'month/day/year' format used in American English.

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