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Today is February 15th in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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Today is February 15th きょう は にが぀ γ˜γ‚…γ†γ”γ«γ‘ です。
How to say “Today is February 15th” in Japanese? “きょう は にが぀ γ˜γ‚…γ†γ”γ«γ‘ です。”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “きょう は にが぀ γ˜γ‚…γ†γ”γ«γ‘ です。” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on Today is February 15th in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.

きょう は にが぀ γ˜γ‚…γ†γ”γ«γ‘ です。

Explanation of Formation:
1. きょう (kyou) – "Today." It's a noun meaning the present day.
2. は (wa) – Topic marker. It's placed after the topic of the sentence to indicate what the sentence is about.
3. にが぀ (nigatsu) – "February." It's formed from the number 2 (に, ni) and the counter for months (が぀, gatsu).
4. γ˜γ‚…γ†γ”γ«γ‘ (juugonichi) – "15th." It's formed from γ˜γ‚…γ† (juu, meaning "10") and ご (go, meaning "5"), followed by にけ (nichi), the counter for days.
5. です (desu) – Copula verb. It is used to end the sentence politely and means "is" or "am."

Tips for Remembering:
– For months, remember that they are simply the number + が぀ (gatsu). E.g., δΈ€ζœˆ (ichigatsu) for January, 二月 (nigatsu) for February, etc.
– For days of the month, 1-10 and 20 have unique terms, but 11-19, and 21-31 follow a pattern: the number + にけ (nichi).
– γ˜γ‚…γ† (juu) means "ten," so combining with other numbers helps to form numbers like 15, which is γ˜γ‚…γ†γ” (juugo).

Alternate Ways to Say "Today is February 15th":
1. γ€€ζœ¬ζ—₯γ―δΊŒζœˆεδΊ”ζ—₯です。(γ»γ‚“γ˜γ€γ―γ«γŒγ€γ˜γ‚…γ†γ”γ«γ‘γ§γ™γ€‚)
– Romanized: Honjitsu wa nigatsu juugonichi desu.
– Slightly more formal version using 本ζ—₯ (honjitsu) instead of 今ζ—₯ (kyou) for "today."

2. γ€€δ»Šζ—₯γ―δΊŒζœˆεδΊ”ζ—₯だ。(γγ‚‡γ†γ―γ«γŒγ€γ˜γ‚…γ†γ”γ«γ‘γ γ€‚)
– Romanized: Kyou wa nigatsu juugonichi da.
– Informal version, using だ (da) instead of です (desu).

By recognizing these patterns and practicing, you should be able to comfortably construct similar sentences in Japanese.

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