We’d learn to tell dates in Vietnamese in this class, like 12/09/2012.
This lesson will draw on our previous lesson on how to tell Vietnamese days of the week in order to
If you’re still not very sure, before continuing with this tutorial, do a fast analysis of the tutorial.
In Vietnamese, Saying Month
The word for month in Vietnamese is tháng.
And similar to the way we say weekdays, months are often numbered between 1 and 12 with
January is assigned number 1, February is assigned number 2 and so on until December 12.
MONTHS IN VIETNAMESE:
|January||Tháng giêng (also: tháng một)|
|April||Tháng bốn (also: tháng tư)|
|November||Tháng mười một|
|December||Tháng mười hai|
There are only 2 notes to take, as can be seen from the above table.
The first is about January, which is something that some people , usually older generations, do.
Tháng Giêng ‘s call.
It is perfectly good to say tháng một for January.
The other small note is about April: tháng bốn or tháng tư can be told.
This is not even an exception, since the number 4 can be referred to in Vietnamese as
Bốn or, less often these days, tư.
Saying The Month’s Day
To tell in Vietnamese on the 23rd of a month: just use the wordy for day, which is ngày, + [number]
Day of the month in Vietnamese
Ngày + [Number (1 – 31)]
Year of Sayings in Vietnamese
In Vietnamese, the term for the year is Năm.
So to say, 2012: 2012: năm
In Vietnamese, Saying Date
After learning how to say the day of the month, the month and the year,
Now, in Vietnamese, you are absolutely able to say dates.
In English, how can we say 12/09/2012?
Ok, we need to learn what it means by writing “12/09/2012” before we can say it.
It seems that “12/09/2012” in Britain or Australia refers to September 9, 2012, while “12/09/2012” refers to September 9, 2012.
This will apply to December 09th, 2012 in America.
We will interpret a date in Vietnamese using the format: dd / mm / yyyy(yy), the same as the British / Australian system.
While we can say the twelfth of September, 2012 or September interchangeably, the twelfth, 2012 in English,
It’s almost always said in Vietnamese in the order of [day of the month], [month], [year] …
Saying Dates in Vietnamese
Ngày + [Number (1 – 31)] + tháng + [Number (1 – 12)] + năm [Number]
Let’s do some workouts.
In spoken form, how do you say ’12/09/2012′?
They are ngày mười hai tháng chín năm hai ngàn không trăm mười hai.
The below table shows the information for you.
|ngày mười hai||tháng chín||năm hai ngàn không trăm mười hai|
In Vietnamese, if you need to analyze how to tell numbers,
There’s always an automated Vietnamese number speller to support.
“Wednesday, 04 / July/2012”? Thứ tư ngày bốn tháng bảy năm 2012.
- In Vietnamese, to say month: tháng + [a number from 1-12]
- To say the day of the month: ngày + [1-31 number]
- To tell the date in the Vietnamese language: [day of the week] + [day of the month] + [month] + [year] + [day of the month] + [day of the month] + [month] + [year]
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