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English to Spanish: Days, Months and Years

When learning Spanish, you may find yourself needing to know the names for the days of the weeks, months of the year, or seasons. This page can help you learn these words with its English to Spanish translations of each.

There's also a list 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.

Days of the Week / Months of the Year:

You can also view this list of Spanish days and months with translations from Spanish to English. Words in bold added during the last update.

Days of the Week (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 (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 (English to Spanish)

Spring ➔ Primavera

Summer ➔ Verano

Autumn ➔ Otoño

Winter ➔ Invierno

Other Useful Words and Phrases (English to Spanish)

Days of the week ➔ Días de la semana

Do you know what month it is? ➔ ¿Sabes qué mes es?

During the spring months... ➔ Durante los meses de primavera...

First day of the month ➔ Primer día del mes

First day of the week ➔ Primer día de la semana

How was your weekend? ➔ ¿Cómo estuvo tu fin de semana?

Months ➔ Meses

Next month ➔ Próximo mes

Open during the summer months ➔ Abierto los meses de verano

Seasons ➔ Estaciones

Spring months ➔ Meses de primavera

Summer months ➔ Meses de verano

This week ➔ Esta semana

Weekend ➔ Fin de semana

What month is it? ➔ ¿Qué mes es?

Winter months ➔ Meses de invierno

*Spanish days, months, and seasons list last updated: March 15, 2018.


How well do you remember what you've learned? Can you answer these questions? Once you've written down your answers, scroll back up to see how you've done.

1. How do you say months in Spanish?
2. How do you say days of the week in Spanish?
3. Do you capitalize days of the week in Spanish?
4. How do you say first day of the week in Spanish?
5. How do you say what month is it in Spanish?
6. How do you say this week in Spanish?
7. How do you say seasons in Spanish?
8. What month is enero in Spanish?

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The Fine Print

I don't speak Spanish myself, so there could be mistakes in the translations. Most of what is here is user-submitted, but I do try to check for accuracy and make corrections as I can. Thanks for your understanding.

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