Days, Seasons and Months in Spanish: A Simple Guide


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Beyond just talking about the time of day, you’ll need to know how to say the months, days, and seasons in Spanish. Let’s talk tuesday. What did you do last June? I love Spring. And so on. These are very common time words.

Let’s dig in – for these, it’s as simple as just memorizing them.

Days of the Week in Spanish

The days of the week in Spanish are:

English Spanish
Monday Lunes
Tuesday Martes
Wednesday Miércoles
Thursday Jueves
Friday Viernes
Saturday Sábado
Sunday Domingo

Months in Spanish

The months in Spanish are:

English Spanish
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 in Spanish

The seasons in Spanish are:

English Spanish
Summer Verano
Fall / Autumn Otoño
Winter Invierno
Spring Primavera

Note: Unless at the beginning of a new sentence (like any word), the names of the days of the week, months and seasons in Spanish are all written in lowercase, not uppercase like in English. So it would be domingo, not Sunday.

Days, Month, Seasons: Practice Quiz

Fill in the blanks:

  1. Todos los ________ salgo con mis amigos. (I go out with my friends on thursday)
  2. La final de bolos es en ________. (The bowling final is in september)
  3. El _______ es el primer día de la semana. (Monday is the first day of the week)
  4. Solo utilizo mi trineo en ________ . (I only use my sleigh in the winter)
  5. En ________ es el cumpleaños de mi madre. ( My mom’s birthday is in January)
  6. Este ________ es el juego de mi hijo. (This Wednesday is my son’s game)
  7. Noche Buena es el 24 de ________. (Christmas Eve is on December 24th)
  8. En ________ el suelo se cubre de hojas. (In the fall the ground is covered with leaves)
  9. Thomas Alva Edison nació en __________________. (Thomas Alva Edison was born in February)
  10. El viernes está después de el _______________. (Friday comes after __________)
  11. En _________________ se celebra Halloween. (Halloween is celebrated in ___________)
  12. ______________ es el tercer mes del año. (_________ is the third month of the year)
  13. La nieve se derrite en ________________. (Snow melts in __________)
  14. Empiezan con la letra m los días _______________ y ____________________ (__________ and __________ start with the letter M)
  15. Después de ________________ sigue diciembre. (After ______________ comes December)
  16. El 18 de ____________ es el cumpleaños de mi hermano. (My brother’s birthday is on April 18th)
  17. Tengo clase de español el ____________. (I have Spanish class on Friday)
  18. Un mes de ______ murió Leonardo da Vinci. (Leonardo da Vinci died in May)
  19. Me gusta levantarme tarde los _______________. (I like waking up late on Sundays)
  20. El sexto mes del año es ___________ . (The sixth month of the year is ____________)
  21. Bob Marley nació en ________________ de 1945. (Bob Marley was born in February 1945)
  22. El ____________ voy a una fiesta. (I’m going out on Saturday)
  23. El clima es muy caliente en _____________. (The weather is very hot in the _______)
  24. Yo me levanto más temprano los _______________. (I wake up early on Mondays)
  25. Debo proteger mi piel del sol en _____________________________. ( I must protect my skin from the sun in the summer)


  1. jueves.
  2. septiembre.
  3. lunes.
  4. invierno.
  5. enero.
  6. miércoles.
  7. diciembre.
  8. otoño.
  9. febrero.
  10. jueves.
  11. octubre.
  12. Marzo.
  13. primavera.
  14. martes y miércoles.
  15. noviembre.
  16. abril.
  17. viernes.
  18. mayo.
  19. domingos.
  20. junio.
  21. febrero.
  22. sábado.
  23. verano.
  24. lunes.
  25. verano.

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