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

The meaning of "November" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does On November 20, 1990, Area 14 had an emergency drill for which the researchers within SCP-048-N's observation room existed. mean?
A: yeah, it's supposed to be exited ^^
Q: What does we will be paid in 20th November. mean?
A: I think it should be "We will be paid on 20th November". And it means that the speaker and everyone else will receive their money on November, 20th.

Synonyms of "November" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between in November and on November ?
A: You only say "on November" if you're talking about a specific day, for example "on November 10th" or "on the last day of November". Anything else, you say "in November", for example "in November of last year" or "in the third week of November"
Q: What is the difference between November is shaping up to be a pretty exciting month. and November is likely to be a pretty exciting month. ?
A: Interesting question! The general meaning is similar and for the most part they could be used interchangeably.

In the first case, there is some evidence, maybe a week or two of November have already passed and the events have been such that one could feel that November will be exciting.

In the second case, events prior to November would indicate that November has a good chance, or is likely to be an exciting month. Maybe some trips are planned during November, or friends have announced a visit, or a new house will be ready to move in.

Q: What is the difference between In November, and Back in November, ?
A: "Back in November" is recalling a memory. "In November" could talk about any time, even the future.
Q: What is the difference between November in the last year, and last November ?
A: For example, if you are saying this in December, 2015:

Last November—You are talking about November 2015

The November of last year—You are talking about November 2014

Notice that it is "November OF last year" not "November IN THE last year)

Translations of "November"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In November, December and January i have a lot of examinations at my college.
A: In november december and January I have a lot of exams at my college
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In November, December and January we have a lot of examinations at our college.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Please tell me your specific November Schedule.
Sounds natural?
A: You could say it this way:

Please include your detailed itinerary for November

Other questions about "November"

Q: November 3rd, the day when I argued with the immigration officer over the mobile phone at Narita, is approaching. does this sound natural?
A: “the mobile phone” ——> “the phone”
Q: November 11, 2001 witnessed the highest day sales volume for Uniqlo as evidenced by the net profit of $1.16 million earned by the branch in Seoul at its opening day.

Does this sentence sound natural? If not, please help me polish it. Thanks a million!
A: Uniqlo witnessed the highest day of sales volume on November 11, 2001 as evidenced by the net profit of $1.16 million, earned by the branch in Seoul on its opening day.
Q: "A" is currently available. Please let us know by November 25, if you'd like. does this sound natural?
A: It would make more sense if you said, '"A" is currently available. If you'd like it, please let us know by November 25.'
Q: With regards to 21th and 22th November, you do not need to rush to determine the schedule for Tokyo because you still have time to consider that deeply. I will try to think about that as well :). does this sound natural?
A: With regards to 21th and 22th November, you do not need to rush to determine the schedule for Tokyo because you still have time to give that more thought. I will try to think about it as well :).
Q: November from today! does this sound natural?
A: You're welcome! Also, if you want to wish someone a happy first day of November you would say: "Happy November!" or "Happy first day of November!" It is NOT a holiday or anything, like "Merry Christmas" or "Happy New Year," but it is just something nice to say to someone if you want to tell them that you are happy it is November and you think the other person might like it too. This was the other meaning I was thinking you might have meant, so I just thought I'd tell you that too.

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