月一回って英語でなんて言うの?

月一回は外食をするようにしています。英語で「月一回」って何ていうのでしょうか?
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kikiさん
2019/08/05 13:09
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  • Once a month

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  • Every month

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  • Monthly

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Using these three different phrases will let someone know you do something as often as monthly but nothing more frequent.

'I go out clubbing once a month to let my hair down'
Lucy G DMM英会話講師
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  • Once a month

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「一回」は英語で "once"、「ひと月」は英語で "a month" と言うので 「月一回」は "once a month" と言います。

例文:
"I eat out at least once a month" 「月一回は外食する」
"I play the piano once a month." 「月一回はピアノを弾く。」

ご参考になれば幸いです。
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  • Once a month

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  • Monthly

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Once a month means you do something once/one time in a month: for example, I clear out my spam folder once a month.
Monthly is an adverb e.g. I clear out my spam folder monthly.
A lot of magazines are published monthly.
Becky D DMM英会話講師
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  • Once a month.

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  • Monthly.

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  • Every month.

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All three of this phrases can be used to describe doing something one time a month. The most common and closely related phrase would be to say, "once a month," but you can also use, "every month," and, "monthly," to refer to the same frequency of action.

Example sentences :
- I do yoga once a month.
- Every month, I practice yoga.
- I make monthly payments for my rent.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • Once a month.

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  • Monthly.

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  • Every month.

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Once a month.
Monthly.
Every month.

When you want to express that you do something once a month you can use of these three phrases or words. For instance, 'I go to the mountains once a month,' or 'I make a monthly payment to a local charity,' or 'every month I go to town with my friends.'

I hope it helps.
Have a great day.
Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • I eat out once a month.

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  • I go to a restaurant once a month.

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The most common expressions are :

I eat out once a month.
I go to a restaurant once a month.

Once a month --- one time in a month.

Examples :

I eat out with my family once a month.
I usually visit my favorite restaurant once a month.
I go shopping once a month.
I have sushi once a month.
I cut my hair once a month.
Every month I eat out at least once.
Kels DMM英会話講師
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  • I visit the library on a monthly basis.

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  • I have takeouts once a month.

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1. I visit the library on a monthly basis.
"Monthly basis' means that you do it once a month, i.e.
every four weeks. To visit the library means to exchange
the books that you have borrowed for different ones.
Another example: "I visit my hometown on a monthly basis",
or you can say, "I visit my hometown monthly."

2. I have take-outs once a month.
"Once a month" also means monthly or on a monthly basis.
Take-outs or takeaways are cooked food purchased from a
restaurant or store that can be eaten elsewhere, e.g. at
your home.
Shams DMM英会話講師
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  • I do it once a month

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  • I do it monthly

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  • I do it on a monthly basis

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You'd like to explain that you do something at a frequency of once a month. In that case you can try any one of the above-suggested examples for that scenario.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • Once a month.

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  • Once every month.

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You could use any of the three expressions to explain that you do a certain thing once a month.

Examples;

- I buy myself a book once a month.
- I go to the cinema to see a movie once every month.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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  • I eat at restaurants once a month.

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  • I go to the theatre on the day I get my salary every month.

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  • I go to the movies only on my payday.

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If you eat at restaurants 'once a month', it could mean that you do so on the first Saturday of the month after you have received your salary, or any other day of the month, provided it is the only day in the month when you eat at restaurants. If it is the only day every month when you eat at restaurants, then you eat out only once a month. This has been stated in the first statement. In the second statement, you state that you go to the theatre on the day you get your salary, every month. People get their salaries only once a month. So, the second and third statements imply that you go to the theatre or the movies, only once a month and it's on your payday.
So, you may say:
I eat at restaurants once a month.
or
I go to the theatre on the day I get my salary every month.
or
I go to the movies only on my payday.
Teddy Zee DMM英語講師
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  • I only do it once a month.

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  • Monthly.

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if you would like to explain to someone that you only do something once a month, you can say that you do this thing "monthly" or "once a month". For example you can say "I only cut my hair once a month because it does not seem to grow that fast.". This is a good example of hoe you can use the term "monthly" in a sentence.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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