Video Lessons: How to Say the Date in Spanish
Another day, another set of Spanish words to learn!
Follow along with tutor Sam H. to learn how to say the date in Spanish, including the months of the year in Spanish and days of the week.
Video Recap - How to Say the Date in Spanish
Time to learn some new Spanish vocabulary!
Days of the Week in Spanish
Lunes = Monday
Martes = Tuesday
Miércoles = Wednesday
Jueves = Thursday
Viernes = Friday
Sábado = Saturday
Domingo = Sunday
Months of the Year in Spanish
Enero = Jan
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