Month in Spanish - Day in Spanish
Language Resources

Days of the Week / Días de la semana

What day of the week are you meeting up with your Spanish friends for a drink on? What day is your important meeting with that big Spanish client? When will the packet which you sent to your Madrid branch office last Monday arrive? As you can see, knowing the names for the days of the week and months of the year, although simple, is essential, whether in a social setting or in one that has to do with business. There are many ways in which you need to know that you are talking about the right days and months with someone, such as when making appointments, when deciding whether or not to go to an event, or even when talking to your newfound native speaking friends about which days you have free from lessons or which day you are finally returning home.

There are certain things that everyone has to learn when they start a new language even if the only need to be able to understand it in a very basic sense, and it is sure that this is one of them. Any Spanish teacher would point this out as one of the things that you have to work on first of all, so with this chance to get a head start you should certainly take the time to have a good look at the words we have organised for you below and make sure that you try to learn them as soon as possible! This is a good start when it comes to learning the language and it is also a positive step for you, as it shows that you are very much willing to get started and learn as much as possible very early on.

This section offers a translation of the days of the week and months of the year in Spanish. As a result, in a simple and clear way, you will be able to live every day without worrying about losing track of time. And, what is more, you’ll be able to plan leisure activities with your Spanish colleagues! This is the kind of basic vocabulary that you should learn very early on in your time as a Spanish speaker, as it is very important and you will need to know it often; you cannot even pick up a newspaper, for example, without needing to know which day it was printed on. You will see these words used wherever you go, and so once you have managed to get them in your head quite firmly you can be sure that you are not going to forget them again.

Days of the Week / Días de la Semana

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Lunes
Martes
Miércoles
Jueves
Viernes
Sábado
Domingo

Months of the Year / Meses del año

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Enero
Febrero
Marzo
Abril
Mayo
Junio
Julio
Agosto
Septiembre
Octubre
Noviembre
Diciembre