I had trouble with the pronunciation of Juin. I did not hear the nasal "in" very well.
The pronunciation of this word sounds very odd to me, more like ju-i-in. The word is only one syllable because the u should be pronounced as a semi-vowel, i.e. very short.
I checked and it says "Numerical adjectives include all numbers; however, only cardinal numbers are determiners, because fractions and ordinal numbers can be used with articles."
What's the difference between trois and troisieme? Is there a "quartieme" and a "cinqieme"?
"Trois" means three, whereas "troisieme" means third. There's a big difference between three and third.
"Three" is just a whole number between two and four. "Third" is an adjective used to state that something is on position number three in any given list or sequential order.
There is a "quatrieme" (not quartieme), and a "cinquieme" (not cinqieme). The list just goes on with "sixieme", "septieme", "huitieme", and so on . Basically, by adding an -ieme after a number, you will get its ordinal (i.e. second, third, fourth, fifth, etc) form.
The only exception is that "first" is written as "premiere" and not "unieme" or "uneieme".
The English translation should be "third Sunday in June". "Of June" sounds horrible and I have never heard it used.
Terrible pronunciation of "juin" I thought she said juillet in both fast and slow pieces. I got a dozen native french speakers here in Ireland from all parts of France. they pronounce juin as "ju an" as do I Poor!
Please make the audio more clearly. In this audio..."Juin" sounded more like "Juillet". I listened to it three times...both fast and slow. Thank you.