Learn Spanish: A FREE Blog Series #6

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Los Días de La Semana
y Los Meses del Año

We’re up to nearly a month after I began my blog series, how are you finding it? Is there something you’d like more of? Something you’d like less of? Let me know!

This week is all about the days of the week and the months of the year!

The biggest thing to remember is that in Spanish, the days of the week (los días de la semana) and the months of the year (los meses del año) do not have capital letters.

 

Last Week Practice


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Shall we have a quick practice from last week? Can you remember what “me gusta” means? What about “¿Dónde está la playa?” How might you say “where is the café?”

Vocabulary – Los Días


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lunes
lOO-ness
Monday

martes
MAR-tess
Tuesday

miércoles
me-YAIR-coh-less
Wednesday

jueves
huu-WAY-bess
Thursday

viernes
bee-YAIR-ness
Friday

sábado
SA-ba-doh
Saturday

domingo
do-MEEN-goh
Sunday

hoy
oy
Today

mañana
man-YAH-nah
Tomorrow

ayer 
ah-YAIR
Yesterday

Vocabulary – Los Meses


 

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enero
eh-NEH-roh
January

febrero
feh-BREH-roh
February

marzo
MAR-thoh
March

abril
a-BREEL
April

mayo
MAI-yoh
May

junio
WHOnee-oh
June

julio
WHOlee-oh
July

agosto
ah-GOS-toh
August

septiembre
sep-TYEM-bray
September

octubre
ohk-TOO-bray
October

noviembre
no-BYEM-bray
November

diciembre
dee-THYEM-bray
December

el mes
el mess
Month

el año
el ah-NYO
Year

Phrases to Practice


Ever wondered how to tell people when your birthday is? Ever wanted to understand just when the shop is open and when it isn’t? Want to know how to tell people when your day off is? I’ve got you covered!

My birthday is in June
mi cumpleaños es en junio
mee koomplay-ANY-oss es en WHOnee-oh

I am on holiday in August
estoy de vacaciones en agosto
ess-TOY day bah-ka-THYO-ness en ah-GOS-toh

I work Mondays
trabajo los lunes
trah-BAH-hoh los lOO-ness

Tomorrow is my day off
mañana es mi día libre
man-YAH-nah ess me dee-YAH LEE-bray

Christmas is in December
Navidad es en diciembre
nah-bee-DAD es en dee-THYEM-bray

Practice, Practice, Practice


Try recording yourself speaking or practice in a mirror. Feel free to save the images so you can practice the vocabulary!

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Hasta luego,

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This guide is a free blog series. This information has been picked up by practising speaking with locals in the Comunidad Valenciana area. Any resemblance to any book, guide or learning Spanish resources, is purely coincidental. This guide is not intended as a substitute for other resources or teaching. This guide does not guarantee fluency in Spanish.

 

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Hola! I'm Lauren ("Loh - run") — A twenty-something, engaged, English girl living on the Costa Blanca, obsessed with travel, love and elephants.

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