But it's not supposed to be so you kinda have to assume based on the context or the other words in the sentence.
To me it sounded like "à moi". Do native speakers clearly hear the difference between the two? Btw, I encountered it in a Strengthen Your Skills exercise, so the time context wasn't clear.
"Un mois ? "sounds like "one me" or "one of me".i pity the people who have to use "tell me what you hear"
When you do the strength training, the category is not clear, so it is not obvious that it is a time lesson.
I went to google translate and "Un mois" and "Un Moi" sound the same there and match what the guy is saying here.
Well, is hard to find something on google. It appears to be another thing you (can) should differentiate from the context.