Part A: Description
The months, like the days of the week, were also all borrowed from Spanish, with adaptations of some consonants and vowels.
These should be easy to remember if you have studied Spanish.
Listen to the pronunciation of the months. (help·info)
Part B: Application
First of all, learn the whole list of months by heart. Make sure you can recite them to yourself, without looking at this page.
Here are a few sentences using the months in Kapampangan. You can see how the article is used, depending on the context.
The rule for using the article or not are...
Part C: Exercises
Translate the following English sentences in Kapampangan.
She will move to Manilla in May.
December is the coldest month.
In June, it rains.
Part D: Summary
You now know how to use all the months in Kapampangan. Also you have learned the following new words and phrases:
|Kap. word 1||Eng. trans 1|
|word 2||trans 2|
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