"Januaro, februaro, marto, aprilo, majo, junio"

Translation:January, February, March, April, May, June

July 9, 2015



I just wanted to say that the voice for this phrase was so nice and clear I love it! I also loved how he didn't speak too fast. Really easy to learn and understand.

July 9, 2015


Hardly what you'll hear from a real Esperanto speaker, but yes.

November 21, 2015


I don't like these ones because I find that I just know what the next one will be without paying attention to the esperanto words

May 28, 2016


I'll...admit I actually double check them because of this, Duolingo has enough weird sentences, I keep expecting them to throw off the order somewhere and I'm disappointed I haven't seen one that does yet.

November 10, 2016


Really wish esperanto uses number system in month and days in week. e.g. Unuamonato = first month = January, Unuatago = first day = Monday.

Less memorising!

April 21, 2017


Februaro = Febru- -ar- -o, A group of Februoj

March 21, 2018


What was Tuesday in Esperanto? I really got confused with spanish "martes"..

May 10, 2017


Mardo/marto that's going to confuse me sometimes

June 28, 2017
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