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

The meaning of "Tenth" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "that's the <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> till the fifteenth mean?
A: This usually refers to a period of a particular month e.g. 10th of May to the 15th of May.
Q: What does After <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> period, she tracked Pearl down at her locker. mean?
A: I've never heard of a school with 10 periods, but I guess it's possible. My experience is more like 6
Q: What does How does the <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> of August sound for our next Board meeting? mean?
A: "How does 〜 sound?" means they are suggesting 〜.

Do you like it? Is it good for you? Is it suitable? Etc.
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenths</span> digit mean?
A: in math, the <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenths</span> digit is the first number after the decimal.

Example sentences using "Tenth"

Q: Please show me example sentences with one <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> とa <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span>.
A: @kacchan20
“For this recipe, you use a <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> of a stick of butter.”
“The population at that time was a <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> of what it is today.”
“‘If you're a <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> of the man everyone says you are, you'll stop when I ask you to,’ she whispered.”
“Most of the pigs sent from Ireland into Great Britain are fat, the store pigs accounting for less than one-<span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> of the total number.”

Translations of "Tenth"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? This is my <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> marige anversery
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span>, eleventh, twelfth
A: How it's used?
If your talking about the amount of something you have. EG: I have five sticks
If your talking about one of a number of things (weeks) you'd say EG: On the fifth week of school, i went to detention. (since a school term consists of 10~ weeks, specifically on the "fifth week" you went to dentention, not the third or sixth week, only the fifth week.

Hope this helps :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? three, thirsty and <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span>
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Other questions about "Tenth"

Q: A <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> of the population in this town is Japanese descent. does this sound natural?
A: Yes "descendants" are people(in this case) who are living now. When we are describing the genetic relationship between people of today and people from the past(ancestors) we say

"They are descendants of..."


"They are of...descent"

I am a black girl from the south. Therefore, I would say something like this.

"My family and I are of African descent."


"I am a descendant from Africa.

Q: Which one is correct?

I’m in the <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> season
I’m on the <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> season
A: 'I'm on the <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> season' makes more sense. Especially when you are watching a TV Series.

Example: I'm ON the Tenth Season of Stranger Things.

I don't think 'I'm in the <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> season' makes any sense unless YOU are the CHARACTER that APPEARED IN the SEASON (e.g: Ellie appeared in the Tenth Season of *TV Show*).
Q: Please show me how to pronounce <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span>.
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Q: Which do you prefer to use?

(1) One <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> of the British people is interested in Japan.

(2) One <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> of the British people are interested in Japan.
A: The second one
Q: you are asking me the <span class="dictionary_keyword">tenth</span> question does this sound natural?
A: Keep your voice even but not monotone.

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