Spanish Days of the Week & Spanish Months - Spanish to English
This page contains the Spanish to English translations for the days of the week, months of the year, and seasons. There are also a couple of other related translated words and phrases provided in the final list which you may find helpful: the Spanish translations for weekend and first day of the month. Read on below to study these lists and increase your Spanish vocabulary.
On this page you will learn how to say all the weekdays - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in Spanish, plus the translations for the weekend days as well (Saturday and Sunday in Spanish). These days of the week translations can be found in the first list below. Next, you'll find a list with translations for all of the months in Spanish (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December). There's also a third list with translations for each of the seasons in Spanish (spring, summer, fall, and winter), plus some general day and month words in Spanish in the fourth list.
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Days of the Week / Months of the Year / Seasons in Spanish:
Whether you take Spanish classes online or simply study Spanish language books offline, our list of day, month, and season related Spanish to English translations are here to help teach you the Spanish days of the week and months of the year so you can become fluent in Spanish!
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Days of the Week in Spanish
* Please note that unlike in English, the days of the week in Spanish are not capitalized, except when used at the beginning of a sentence.
Lunes - Monday
Martes - Tuesday
Miércoles - Wednesday
Jueves - Thursday
Viernes - Friday
Sábado - Saturday
Domingo - Sunday
Months in Spanish
* Please note that like the days of the week in Spanish, the months in Spanish are also not capitalized unless they are being used at the beginning of a sentence. This part of Spanish grammar differs from English grammar, because in English, the months of the year should be capitalized in all situations.
Enero - January
Febrero - February
Marzo - March
Abril - April
Mayo - May
Junio - June
Julio - July
Agosto - August
Septiembre - September
Octubre - October
Noviembre - November
Diciembre - December
Seasons in Spanish
Primavera - Spring
Verano - Summer
Otoño - Autumn
Invierno - Winter
General Day and Month Words in Spanish
Fin de semana - Weekend
Primer dia del mes - First day of the month
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