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Ordinal numbers

Ordinal numbers

61 [šedesát jedna]
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The first month is January. Pr--- m---- j- l----. První měsíc je leden.
První měsíc je leden.
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The second month is February. Dr--- m---- j- ú---. Druhý měsíc je únor.
Druhý měsíc je únor.
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The third month is March. Tř--- m---- j- b-----. Třetí měsíc je březen.
Třetí měsíc je březen.
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The fourth month is April. Čt---- m---- j- d----. Čtvrtý měsíc je duben.
Čtvrtý měsíc je duben.
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The fifth month is May. Pá-- m---- j- k-----. Pátý měsíc je květen.
Pátý měsíc je květen.
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The sixth month is June. Še--- m---- j- č-----. Šestý měsíc je červen.
Šestý měsíc je červen.
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Six months make half a year. Še-- m----- j- p-- r---. Šest měsíců je půl roku.
Šest měsíců je půl roku.
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January, February, March, Le---- ú---- b-----, Leden, únor, březen,
Leden, únor, březen,
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April, May and June. du---- k----- a č-----. duben, květen a červen.
duben, květen a červen.
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The seventh month is July. Se--- m---- j- č-------. Sedmý měsíc je červenec.
Sedmý měsíc je červenec.
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The eighth month is August. Os-- m---- j- s----. Osmý měsíc je srpen.
Osmý měsíc je srpen.
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The ninth month is September. De---- m---- j- z---. Devátý měsíc je září.
Devátý měsíc je září.
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The tenth month is October. De---- m---- j- ř----. Desátý měsíc je říjen.
Desátý měsíc je říjen.
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The eleventh month is November. Je------- m---- j- l-------. Jedenáctý měsíc je listopad.
Jedenáctý měsíc je listopad.
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The twelfth month is December. Dv------ m---- j- p-------. Dvanáctý měsíc je prosinec.
Dvanáctý měsíc je prosinec.
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Twelve months make a year. Dv----- m----- j- j---- r--. Dvanáct měsíců je jeden rok.
Dvanáct měsíců je jeden rok.
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July, August, September, Če------- s----- z---, Červenec, srpen, září,
Červenec, srpen, září,
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October, November and December. ří---- l------- a p-------. říjen, listopad a prosinec.
říjen, listopad a prosinec.
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