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Because many aspects of language are logical, just know that the numbers in Chinese take you halfway there.
But how much do you know about celebrations during each calendar month?
Do you know how to talk about your monthly appointments or an event that happened two months before?
What do you know about the Lunar Calendar? As a Chinese apprentice, it is important that you cover the basic concepts of the Lunar Calendar, taking into account the country and the most important traditions and traditions are based on it.
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Differences between Gregorian and Chinese lunar elcalendars
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Now, it could notice that the dates of the Chinese New Year are different every year, and probably knows that they agree with the Lunar Calendar instead of the Gregorian calendar. Unlike the Gregorian calendar, which is based on the rotation and revolution of the Earth and # 8217 around the Sun, the lunar calendar is based on the phases of the moon, as well as in the length of the sun. Therefore, the Chinese Lunar Calendar is a combination of lunar and solar terms.
In a lunar year, there are 12 Lunar Terms and 24 Solar Terms. Lunar terms and lunar months are used indistinctly.
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Every four years is a leap year in the Gregorian calendar, Dondere includes an additional day to synchronize with the seasonal year. Therefore a lunar period or a month (29.5 days) is shorter than a month Gregorian, it also has a pattern in place where it is reincured with the seasonal year. In addition to an additional day every four years, the Lunar calendar has an additional term every 32 or 33 months.
Chinese vacations based on the Lunar Calendar
, while some of the most modern Soncelebrate Chinese holiday on the same date of each year (such as Chinese Father \u0026 # 8217; s Day and 520 Valentine’s Day Chinese Internet and # 8217; Most of the great national festives follow the Solar / Lunar Chinese calendar, as explained in this conversation below: 123]
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The importance of months in Chinese calendar
Every term or month Lunar has a modern name, but it can also be referred in its traditional name (which is to reflect what is in the season). Each month is also assigned an earthly branch, or a Chinese zodiac animal.
1. 正月 (Zhēngyuè) – first month
陬 陬 (Zōouyuè) – Corner month
寅月 (Yínnyuè) – TigerMonth
2. 二月 (èr yuè) – second month
杏 杏 (Xìngyuè) – Apricot Month
卯 月 (mǎoyua) – Rabbit Month [123 ]
3. (Sān Yuè) – Third Month
桃月 (táoyuè) – Peach Month
辰月 (Chényuè) – Dragon Month
4.四月 (Yes Yuè) – Fourth Month
梅月 (Méiyuè) – Plum flower month
巳月 (Sìyuè) – Serpent Month
5. 五 月 (Wǔ Yuè) -to month
榴 榴 (Liuyuè) – Granada Flower Month
午月 (Wǔyuè) – MES HORSE
6. (Liù Yuè) – Sixth month
荷月 (Héyuè) – Lotus Month
未 月 (Wèiyuè) – Goat Month
7 . 七月 (Qī Yuè) – Seventh month
兰月 (Lányuè) – Month of Orchid
申月 (shēnyuè) – MONE MONEY
8. 八月(Bā Yuè) – August
桂 桂 (Guìyuè) – Month de Osmanthus
酉 月 (Yǒuyuè) – Gallo Month
9. 九月 (Jiǔ Yuè) – September
菊月 (Juyuè) – Mes de Crisantemo
戌 戌 (Xūyuè) – Monthof dogs
10. (Shi Yuè) – October
露 (Luyuè) – Rocío Month
亥月 (Hàiyuè) – Pork Month [123 ]
11. 十 十月 (Shíyī Yuè) – November
冬 冬 (Dōngyuè) – Winter Month
子 子 (Zǐyuè) – Rat month
[123 ] 12. 腊月 (Làyuè) – End of the year, Month de Meat preserved
(bīngyuè) – month ICE
丑月 (chǒuyuè) – Month Ox
The calendar months in Chinese
Now that he knows a little about the Chinese calendar, Let \u0026 # 8217; Shabla in terms that are more familiar. Here and # 8217; S what the Gregorian calendar months are in Chinese, with complementary details, as national holidays and Chinese special dates. National parties based on the Lunar calendar are observed with 2021 dates.
月 月 (Yī yuè) – January
Although the great celebration in China is the Lunar New Year, the Chinese government recognizes on January 1. As a public holiday.
1 De January: 新年 (Xīnnnián) – New Year’s Day
二月 (èr yuè) – February
Depending on the lunar calendar, the date for the Chinese New Year may vary between End of January in mid-February. By 2021, all lunar celebrations related to the New Year will fall in February. While the official dates of the Spring Festival have ended after a week, celebrations generally continue for another week, finally ending with the Festival of Lantern.
February 11: 除夕 (Chúxì) – Lunar New Year and # 8217;
February 12: 元旦 (yuvan) – Lunar New Year and # 8217; S Day
February 11-17: 春节 (Chūnjié) – Spring Festival, Chinese New Year
February 26 (Month Lunar 1 day 15): 元宵节 (Yuánxiāo Jié ) – Festival of Sleep
三月 (Sān Yuè) – March
March marks the first spring month in China.
四月 (Sì Yuè) – April
The followingNTE PUBLIC HOLIDAY After Chinese New Year is the Qingming festival, where people pay their respects to their deceased ancestors.
April 4: 清明节 (Qīng Ming Jié) – Qingming festival, or Tomb sweep day
五 五 (Wǔ Yuè) – May
The two most notable dates in May include the day of Labor and the quite recent new Valentine’s Day and # 8217; 5.20 numbers in Mandarin are a homophone from 我 爱 你 (Wǒ ài nǐ), meaning and # 8220; I love you \u0026 # 8221; In the Chinese.
May 1: 劳动节 (Lároundòng Jié) – Labor Day
May 20: 五二零 (Wǔ èr Líng) – 5.20, or on Chinese Internet Valentine \u0026 # 8217;
六月 (Liù Yuè) – June
June marks the beginning of summer in China. The main holidays of the month is the Dragon Boat festival, which sometimes is also known as Poet \u0026 # 8217; S day.
June 1:六 一 一 儿童 节 (Liùyīī retroph jié) – (6.1) Children’s Day and # 8217;
June 14 (Month Lunar 5 Day 5): 端午节 (Duān Wǔ Jié) – Dragon Boat Festival
June 21: 夏 至 (Xiàzhì) – Festival of Xiazhi, summer solstice
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In early July is the beginning of summer vacations for Schools
八月 (Bā Yuè) – August
August is full of vacations observed. For army day, soldiers usually have a free half day. Although they recognize international parents and # 8217; Day, China has one day. Because the date, 8.8 or 八八 (Bābā), which is a homophone of 爸爸 (Bà Bà), meaning and # 8220; Dad, \u0026 # 8221; On August 8 it seemed an appropriate date to celebrate all parents out there.
Other notable days include Chinese Valentine’s Day, as well as the Ghost Festival, the day it is said that spirits wander the earth. .
August 1: 建军节 (Jiàn Jūn Jié) – People \u0026 # 8217; s Day of the Liberation Army
August 8: 父亲节 (Fù Qīn Jié) – Chinese parents and # 8217; Day
August 14 (Month Lunar 7 Day 7): 七夕节 (qīxì jié) – Qixi Festival, Double Seventh Festival, Chinese Valentine’s Day and # 8217;
August 22 (Month Lunar 7 Day 15): 元节元节 (Zhōng Yuán Jié) – Zhongyuan Festival, Ghost Festival
九月 (Jiǔ Yuè) – September [ 123]
September marks the beginning of the fall in China. All schools resume classes at the beginning of September. The great holiday of the month is the mid-autumn festival, which is sometimes known as the Mooncake Festival.
September 11 (Month Lunar 8 Day 15): 秋节秋节 (Zhōngqiū jié) – Medium Festival Autumn
十月 (Shí Yuè) – October
China’s second largest party is a national day, which marks the beginning of the golden week. Another party in OctoberIt is the double ninth festival, ancient vacations that involved drinking chrysanthemum wine and climbing mountains or towers.
October 1: 国庆 国庆 (Guóqìng Rì) – National Day
1-7 October: 黄金周 (Huangjīn Zhōu) – Golden Week
[ 123] October 14 (Month Lunar 9 Day 9): 重阳节 (Chongyáng Jié) – Chongyang Festival, Double Ninth Festival
十 十月 (Shíyī Yuè) – November
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November 11: 光棍节 (Guāngggg -n Jié) – Double 11, Singles \u0026 # 8217; Day, Bachillers \u0026 # 8217; Day
十二月 (Shi and # 8217, èr yuè) – December
December marks the beginning of the winter season in China, with the21º Being the winter solstice.
December 21 (Month Lunar 11 Day 15): 冬 至 (Dōngzhì) – Dongzhi Festival, Winter Solstice
Useful phrases to discuss the months in Chinese
. We have covered the holidays. In China and the months in Chinese, what else is there to learn? Now that you know how to say the months, let \u0026 # 8217; S obtaining the notation of the date, as well as vocabulary related to monthly appointments and such.
Adequate date notation in Chinese
To say the date in Chinese, you must know the following words:
年 (Nián) – Year
月 (Yuè) – Month
日 (rì) – Day
Think of great little by writing or saying the date on the Chinese. Thus, start saying the year, month and then the day.
If your birthday is July 15, 1990, your birthday in Chinese would be 九九零年 九九零年 七月 十五 (Yījiǔjiǔ Lín Nián Qī Yuè Shíwǔ Rì), which can simplify 1990 年 7月.15 日
Alternatively, you can say 号 (Hào) instead of 日 when talking about the date. 号 It is much more common in the Chinese spoken.
Related monthly terms
What happens if you want to talk about non-specific dates or ongoing events? Below are some key vocabulary to discuss appointments, past and future events, as well as recurring commitments.
Talking about the previous months:
上 (个) 月 (Shàng [Gè] Yuè) – last month
上 (个) 月 (Shàng [Gè] Yuèchū) – Early last month
上 (个) 月 月 (Shàng [Gè] Yuè Xiàxún) – at the end of last month
六 六 六 前 (Liù Gè Yuè Qián) – Six months ago
discussing this month:
这 (个) 月 (Zhè [Gè] Yuè) – This month
本 (Běn Yuè) – Current / This month
本 月 (Běn Yuèchū) – Early this month
本 月 晚些时候 (Běn Yuè Wǎn Xiē Shíhòu) – At the end of this month Planning the followesMonths: 下 (个) 月 (Xià [Gè] Yuè) – next month 下 (个) 月 (Xià [Gè] Yuèchū) – At the beginning of next month 下 (个) 月 下旬 (Xià [Gè] Yuè Xiàxún ) – Evening next month 六 六 六 后 (Liù Gè Yuè Hòu) – in six months, six months from now on recurring events: 每 (个) 月 (měi [gè] yuè) – every month 每 每 一 一 一(Měi Yuè Yīcì) – Monthly 双 月 (Shuāng Yuè) – Bimonthly, every two months, every two months
半 半 (Bànyuèkān) – Semimonthly, twice a month 每 每 每 每 每 每 每 每 (Měi Liù Gè Yuè Yīcì) – Once every six months 每 每 五五 / 号 (Měi Yuè Wǔ Rì / Hào) – Every fifth of the month 每 每 每 每 (Měinián èr Yuè) – every February \u0026 NBSP; And there you have it! Now, you can not only write and talk about the date in Chinese, but you can also have discussions about events in relation to specific months, such as Chinese vacations. You can talk about the basic concepts of the Lunar Calendar / Chinese solar if it occurs in the conversation!