The months in Spanish

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The months in Spanish

months in Spanish


Do you know how to say the months in Spanish? If you don’t, keep reading! Today I’ll teach you the months in Spanish and how to apply those months to conversations when saying your birthday, arranging dates and appointments, etc.
















Over to you!! Listen and repeat.


Something you have to remember is that the months in Spanish do not start with a capital letter as they doin English so when we write the date for example, in English we say 4th September whereas in Spanish we say el 4 de septiembre (lower case letter).

I recommend your reading the following explanation on numbers in Spanish where you can revise dates and how to say when your birthday is.

Let’s practise the months in Spanish by means of different dialogues. I hope you’ll enjoy with it! 🙂


A. ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños? = When is your birthday?

B. Es el 3 de marzo = it’s on 3rd March. ÂżY el tuyo? = and yours?

A. El 18 de abril = on 18th April.


A. ¿Cuándo es el examen? = When is our exam?

B. El 5 de diciembre = on 5th December.

A. ¡Ahora mismo! = not long now!



A. ¿Cuándo tienes la cita con el médico? = when is your doctor appointment?

B. El 6 de febrero = on 6th February.

A. De acuerdo = ok.


A. ¿Cuándo viajas a Nueva York? = when are you travelling to New York?

B. El 14 de octubre = on 14th October.

A. Pásalo bien = enjoy yourself!

B. Gracias = thanks.


A. ÂżCuándo es la boda de tu hermana? = when is your sister’s wedding?

B. El 22 de junio = on 22nd June.

And just to finish this post I would like you to sing along with this song, which you can practise some months in Spanish with. It’s a song sung in a popular festival in Spain known as San Fermin Festival. If you want to know more about this Spanish festival, check on Wikipedia.


Here you can read the lyrics so that it’s easier for you to understand what the song says:

Uno de enero,
dos de febrero,
tres de marzo,
cuatro de abril,
cinco de mayo,
seis de junio,
siete de julio San Fermin.

A Pamplona hemos de ir,
con una media,
con una media,
a Pamplona hemos de ir
con una media y un calcetĂ­n.

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