To talk about today’s date just add a few words to the formula above: This is the + cardinal number + month (+ year) We are the + cardinal number + month (+ year) (informal) På is the + cardinal number + Month (+ year) (informal)What is today’s date in numbers?
Today’s date in numbers is 55 out of 365 in 2020. There are a total of 365 days in 2020 and the day of that year is made up of numbers between 1 and 365.
There are several formulas you need to know to talk about the day of the week in French.
So on Saturday we can say:
- Is Saturday.
- Is Saturday.
- We are Saturday.
12/13/14 has a kind of cute streak that you may have noticed when you woke up this morning. But today’s date is not only interesting out of curiosity: it is the last consecutive date of this century.
According to Wikipedia, the only countries that use the MM / DD / YYYY system are the United States, the Philippines, Palau, Canada, and Micronesia.
In French, the days of the week are: Monday (Monday), Tuesday (Tuesday), Wednesday (Wednesday), Thursday (Thursday), Wednesday (Friday), Saturday (Saturday) and Sunday (Sunday).
Capital letters are much rarer in French than in English. The subject pronoun in the first person singular (je), the days of the week, the months of the year and the language are not capitalized in French. See the lesson for other common categories of French terms that are excellent in English but not French.
To say it’s January 1st, let’s say it’s January 1st. Dates in French.
Use it is + [number] + hour (r) to get the time in French. Example: it’s two o’clock (it’s two o’clock). Note: if there is a time in the day, say it is one o’clock (it is a time in the day) and use the feminine singular instead of one because the word now (time) is feminine.
To express the date, first know the days of the week and the months of the year in French. All months, days of the week and seasons in French are masculine and are not of legal age unless used at the beginning of a sentence.
1 - How to say the seasons in French
Here is a list of abbreviations: January February March April May June July.
These are the months in French: January (January), February (February), March (March), April (April), May (May), June (June), July (July), August (August), September (September .))), October (October), November (November), December (December).
Click here for the days of 2020
Without this extra day, our calendar and seasons would be gradually synchronized. (Read on for a more detailed explanation.) Due to this extra day, a leap year has 366 days instead of 365 days. Also, a leap year does not end and starts on the same day of the week as the leap year.