Do you remember when you first came across terms such as January, February, March, etc. It was a time when you were learning what months exist and how many are actually there. When we take a closer look today, it is something we simply cannot do without.
Of course it is not a vital issue, but again, it is certainly a general culture. Today, such knowledge provides us with the opportunity to function in our daily lives, whether it is related to work or family.
Simply when planning your appointments, you need to know what month you will be performing them. Learning months in our language was probably not a problem, but when the time came to learn them in another language, some of them struggled well.
The problem is that they are not pronounced the same in our language and let's say in English, but once they are learned later they become reflexive. Today, we need to know the use of these terms in English, because it is primarily about international communication.
So if you want to remember, we can help you master the months of the year once again. We can start with the first month of the year.
- January - January
- February - February
- March - March
- April - April
- June - June
- July - July
- August - August
- September - September
- October - October
- November - November
- December - Decemebr
As for the seasons, autumn is autumn, winter is winter, spring is spring and summer is summer.
Author: S.Š. Photo by MatthijsQ / Flickr