[ ɹˈɛɡjuːlə jˈi͡əz], [ ɹˈɛɡjuːlə jˈiəz], [ ɹ_ˈɛ_ɡ_j_uː_l_ə j_ˈiə_z]
How to use "Regular years" in context?
Something that you take for granted when it comes to your birthday is that it is one of the "regular" years. For example, you were born in the year of 1984, and 1984 is a regular year. Birthdays in years that are not "regular" are called leap years. A leap year is a year that is not a regular year. For example, 1983 was a leap year, and 1985 was not a leap year.
When it comes to calendars, all of the days in a year are called months. January is the first month, February is the second month, etc.
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