The Monkey

Monkey - Chinese Zodiac AnimalBirth Years:
1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016, 2028, 2040, 2052

Compatible with:
Rat and Pig

Tiger’s Eye

Precious Flower:

Western Equivalent:

sociable, clever, curious

unreliable, mischievous, disrespectful

The Monkey is the ninth sign in the Chinese zodiac. People born in the Year of the Monkey tend to be charming, witty, and full of beans. They never stop eating, but their high energy helps them burn off calories. Monkeys are good listeners. They love to help solve problems. If you work with a Monkey, watch your back. Monkeys love to play practical jokes. On the other hand, it is nearly impossible to trick a Monkey. Monkeys prefer urban living to rural lifestyles. The slow pace of the countryside bores the Monkey. These people tend to have a great memory and are highly intelligent. Never underestimate a Monkey. They are always trying to improve themselves. If a Monkey has to wait too long, he may abandon a project. Monkeys aren’t the most patient people. They firmly believe that the grass is always greener on the other side.

clever (adjective): smart
unreliable (adjective): not trustworthy
mischievous (adjective): often gets into trouble while exploring
disrespectful (adjective): does not treat others in a polite manner
witty (adjective): funny
full of beans (adjective): always acting in a silly way
practical joke (noun): a trick that the other person does not expect

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