Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "December"

The meaning of "December" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does By December, I really had a rhythm going. mean?
A: A steady schedule or routine that feels natural. Depending on the context, maybe a consistent progress.
Q: What does "December 28th ,when, as i set out towards celebration number 103 of the Cristmas season, ..."

I tried googling, but i'm stuck with the expression 'celebration number 103' (might be a UK expression). mean?
A: I need more content to answer. Who is the author and what are the sentences following season.
Q: What does shall be valid until December 31 of the year in question? how is the year in question translated if it's an official commercial agreement? mean?
A: So what this means is that the document (I'm guessing it's a document) is useable until December 31 in whatever year it says on the paper. "Year in question" is a phrase that is used to refer back to a year that the document is discussing without repeating the actual number. After that date you cannot use the document anymore.
Q: What does this past December mean?
A: The previous December. So right now when I say "This past December." I mean December 2014.
Q: What does I go back to December all the time. mean?
A: Song lyrics are poetic and often don't reflect how people actually talk. "I go back to December" probably means the speaker reminisces about what happened in December.

Example sentences using "December"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I was married in December 2013.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with on December, in December.
A: It's "in December".

You use "in" for months and years, "on" for days and dates, "at" for times of day.

Synonyms of "December" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between they got married on December 27th in 1876 just after it was in Christmas. and they got married on December 27th in 1876 just after is was on Christmas. ?
A: I think "They got married on December 27th in 1876 just after Christmas" is a better way to phrase this
Q: What is the difference between She will be twenty this December. and She is going to be twenty this December. ?
A: it's the same meaning just different ways to say it

She will be traveling on November
She is going to travel on November
Q: What is the difference between I have done it in December. and I did it in December. ?
A: I did it in December sounds more natural
Q: What is the difference between the 13rd of December and the 13th of December ?
A: the "13rd" of December is wrong. The correct form of 13 when put into context with a month should be 13th.
Q: What is the difference between December fourteen and December fourteenth ?
A: I've never thought about it.
It's just 2 different ways of saying the same thing.

Translations of "December"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I was born on December 27th 1997
or i was born in December 27th 1997.
what is correct?
A: “I was born on December 27th 1997” is the correct one :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? On December 1, 1955, in the American city of Montgomery, Alabama.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? on the 20th of December

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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 15 December ko mera course complete Ho jaega..uske baad Mein meeting Kar lungi..
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mere December me exam hai
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Other questions about "December"

Q: December 19th.
I watced the continuation of the movie.
It was very fun.
but I was so sleepy.
My English teacher said,"What's up?"
I stayed up late since I was so sleepy.
Tomorrow,I have to attend a parent and child meeting.
I'm very nervous.
I'll do my best.
Does this sound natural?
A: “I finished watching the movie. It was really fun, but I was so sleepy. My English teacher said, “What’s up?” I told him/her I stayed up so late because I was tired. Tomorrow, I have to go to a parent and child meeting. I’m very nervous, but I’ll do my best.” I tried to make the sentences flow more and sound more natural, hope this helps!
Q: December 14, 2017
When I got up, My stuffy nose is better. I think I got better symptoms by taking medication.

Today is the fourth day of writing diary in English. I still find It hard to write diary in English.
Especially, It’s difficult to write diary in English without the aid of a translator.

Can you say how to speak and write English!!????
Please!!😭😭😭 Does this sound natural?
A: that's really good well done 👍
there are just a few things that I'd change:
When I got up, my stuffy nose was better. I think I/it (I -if you were ill or it -if it was just your nose that was like that) got better as I took medication.
today is my fourth day of writing a diary in English. I still find it hard to write in English, especially without the aid of a translator.

keep it up it'll get easier than more you do it ☺️
Q: I can't believe it's December Does this sound natural?
A: Perfect. You already wrote it in an informal way.
Q: From early December I'm living in Taiwan. Does this sound natural?
A: You should say Since early December I've/I have been living in Taiwan.
Q: What is "Sweet December"?
A: From what I know it's just a phrase used in some obscure songs and is also the name of a band. But it's definitely not a commonly used term in English with a specific meaning. If it's being used in a song, it could just be emphasizing that December was "sweet" month (good, awesome, perfect, etc).

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