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How to say “July” in French? “Juillet”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “juillet” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on July in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word ‘juillet’:

1. Association: Create a mental association between the English word ‘July’ and the French word ‘juillet’. Visualize the month of July and repeat the word ‘juillet’ while making this association.

2. Pronunciation: ‘Juillet’ is pronounced as “zhwee-eh”.

Explanations:
‘Juillet’ is the French word for the month of July. It is derived from the Latin word ‘julius’, which was named after Julius Caesar. In the French Republican Calendar, ‘juillet’ was known as ‘thermidor’.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Le mois de Juillet (The month of July)

Alternate meanings or slang:
There are no alternate meanings or slang for the word ‘juillet’.

Examples of sentences:
1. Je vais en vacances en juillet. (I am going on vacation in July.)
2. Notre anniversaire de mariage est le trois juillet. (Our wedding anniversary is on the third of July.)
3. Les feux d’artifice sont souvent organisΓ©s le quatorze juillet. (Fireworks are often organized on the fourteenth of July.)

Please Note: ‘Juillet’ is a masculine noun, so it is preceded by the masculine definite article ‘le’. However, when referring to a specific date, like in the third example sentence, ‘le’ is replaced by the cardinal number ‘le trois’.

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