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

The meaning of "Month" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The months have been kind of ' slipped by' mean?
A: it means they have passed by too quickly, or generally quite fast
Q: What does What seven months earlier would have seemed to be unspeakably less was just right. mean?
A: It anther way of saying, "seven months earlier that would not have been enough, but now it's the perfect amount"
Q: What does 0-12 months mois mean?
A: If it was on a label, it means between 0 and 12 months since birth. Mois is French for month.
Q: What does Over the last few months mean?
A: What's happened from one month to others. Like over the past few months I've been training for a wrestling match.
Q: What does month away
Ex: her birthday is a month away. mean?
A: If today is May 17th and her birthday is a month away, then her birthday is on June 17th. It doesn't have to be exact -- her birthday could be anytime in the middle part of June.

Example sentences using "Month"

Q: Please show me example sentences with with __ months still to go.
A:
Thank you for providing me with the nice example.
Q: Please show me example sentences with last month, yesterday (I mean, can I use it at the beginning of the sentence?).
A: Yesterday, I went to the store.
Last month I paid my bills on time.
Q: Please show me example sentences with under a month.
A: They told Bob it would take a while before the car was going to be fixed, but they fixed it in under a month!

Under a month meaning less than a month.
Q: Please show me example sentences with month.
A: The month of May is when summer starts.
Q: Please show me example sentences with just a month to go before.
A: "Just a month to go before it is Christmas."
"Just a month to go before we can meet each other."
"Just a month to go before this new game comes out."
"Just a month to go before the baby comes."

Synonyms of "Month" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between It will be 18 next month. and It is going to be 18 next month. ?
A: both ways sound natural
Q: What is the difference between In this month, we have had a lot of typhoons. and This month, we have had a lot of typhoons. ?
A: @YAS633: the first would mean, you're talking about it still happening and the second would mean, it happened in the month, a long time ago
Q: What is the difference between a few month earlier and a few month ago ?
A: Few months earlier can be used in reference to an event while few months ago refers to current date ..But when you use few it means they are more than one.. So you should say "few months earlier to the stock market crash the government got a report about it but they did nothing"
Q: What is the difference between month and months ?
A: Here is the difference
It happened about a month ago
It happened many months ago I'll pronounce them for you, hope it helps!
Q: What is the difference between Around a month from now and A month later ?
A: Around a month from now: Let's say it's May 1. Around a month from now is about May 25-June 5.

I'll go visit my family around a month from now.

A month later: a month after a point in the PAST

I started a new job in San Francisco. A month later the company closed! So I found another job in New York. Now I live in New York.

Translations of "Month"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I get four months
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is this? i bought it from italy few months ago.. but i dont know what it is lol
A: It is balsamic vinegar. it is used on meat or on salad...
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? it’s just one month to leave japan.im so excited!!!! but I’m worried about if i can speak english well😭 I’m scared of ride the plane because I hate it. is my english is okay?
A: I can understand all of it, good job! Try:
"It's just one month (until/before) I leave Japan."
"I'm scared (of flying in/to fly in/of being on) the plane."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? They'll come back after 2 months. They'll come back 2 months later. Which one is correct?
A: They'll come back in two months is the most natural way.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how can I improve my English while 3 months later?
A: sure. Trying your best is always a good thing.

Other questions about "Month"

Q: I've been studied English for 3 months.
Recently,I'm using website, Hinative,lang8 and HELLOTALK.
I enjoy talking with many people. does this sound natural?
A: 'I've been studied English for 3 months.' This sentence is supposed to be in continuous form. So, the correct way to write this is 'I've been studying English for 3 months.'

If you say 'I've been studied..' it can mean something different. In this case, it means someone was studying you.

'I'm using website...'
'The' should be added before 'websites'. You use 'the' when you are talking about something specific. In this sentence, you are talking about specific websites.

So, 'I'm using the websites Hinative, lang8 and HelloTalk' is the better way to say this. You can also say 'I'm using several websites such as Hinative, lang8 and HelloTalk.'

'I enjoy talking with many people.' is correct.
Q: I think 2 months is short for learning English abroad. It would end on the way of getting improved. does this sound natural?
A: I think 2 months is (too) short for learning English abroad. It would end (just as you are) on the way (to) (improving).
Q: 1. Every month, the amount of salary that goes into my bank is the same.
2. She is the only few close friends of mine that I couldn't ask for more
3. This isn't the very shoes that I'm looking for (Please correct the mistakes if any)
does this sound natural?
A: ‎1. Every month, the amount of income that goes into my bank is the same.
2. She is one of the few close friends of mine and I couldn't ask for more
3. These aren't the exact shoes that I'm looking for
Q: Later this month,Mr.Schmidt will travel to Hamburg, where his schedule INCLUDES a client meeting, a new conference, and dinner with the mayor.

Cloud someone please tell me why it's INCLUDES but not INCLUDING at this sentence?
A: You can use both but when you want to use "including" in that sentence you have to put an "is" before that ("is including")
Q: Please show me how to pronounce "month", " months" and "cloth", "cloths".
A: Sorry, I can't record myself, but here are a few tips:

These 2 are straightforward;
Month /mʌnθ/ (audio: https://forvo.com/word/month/)
Cloth /klɑːθ/ (audio: https://forvo.com/word/cloth/)

Months is not Month + s. It is either /mʌns/ or /mʌnts/
audio: https://forvo.com/word/months/

Did you mean "Cloths" or "Clothes"?
I think "clothes" is just pronounced like "close" /kloʊz/
audio: https://forvo.com/word/clothes/

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