English to Spanish: Learn Days of the Week and Months of the Year in Spanish
When learning Spanish, you may find yourself needing to know the names for the days of the weeks or the months of the year. This page can help you learn the days, months, and seasons with its English to Spanish translations of each. There's also a couple of general day and month-themed words like, weekend and first day of the month listed as well. By reading this page, you'll soon know the Spanish days of the week, months of the year, and seasons.
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Days of the Week / Months of the Year from English to Spanish:
Whether you take Spanish classes online or simply study Spanish language books offline, our list of day, month, and season related English to Spanish 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 from English to Spanish:
* Please note that in Spanish days of the week are not capitalized like they are in English, except for when they are used at the beginning of a sentence.
Monday - Lunes
Tuesday - Martes
Wednesday - Miércoles
Thursday - Jueves
Friday - Viernes
Saturday - Sábado
Sunday - Domingo
Months of the Year from English to Spanish:
* Please note that as is with the Spanish days of the week, the Spanish months of the year are also not capitalized unless they are being used at the beginning of a sentence. This part of Spanish grammar is unlike English grammar, because in proper English, the months should always be capitalized.
January - Enero
February - Febrero
March - Marzo
April - Abril
May - Mayo
June - Junio
July - Julio
August - Agosto
September - Septiembre
October - Octubre
November - Noviembre
December - Diciembre
Seasons of the Year from English to Spanish
Spring - Primavera
Summer - Verano
Autumn - Otoño
Winter - Invierno
General Day and Month Words from English to Spanish
Weekend - Fin de semana
First day of the month - Primer dia del mes
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