Question: What is the difference between the Spanish and English calendar?

This topic is the cause of way too much confusion around the world. While in the U.S. you write the date starting with the month followed by the day and then the year, in the Spanish calendar the day comes first, followed by the month and ending with the year.

What is the first day of the Spanish calendar?

You may have noticed that in the Spanish calendar, the first day is an L, for lunes; this is “Monday.” Unlike some countries, Spain and many other European countries consider Sunday to be the last day of the week, rather than the first. Sunday is the day of prayer, and the day to go to church.

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What day does a Spanish week start on is it the same in the calendar you know compare the Spanish calendar and the calendar you use?

The Spanish week starts on Monday. Spanish days of the week are not capitalized. All Spanish days are masculine.

What is the first month of the Spanish calendar?

12 Months in Spanish

January enero
August agosto
September septiembre
October octubre
November noviembre

Why is it important to learn the Spanish calendar?

The Living Language® Spanish Calendar makes it fun, rewarding, and easy to learn and improve Spanish language skills. … This year’s calendar also features cultural pages focused on unique and important places to see and fun things to do when visiting Spanish-speaking countries, cities, and towns.

What are the 12 months in Spanish?

Names of the Spanish Months

  • enero = january.
  • febrero = february.
  • marzo = march.
  • abril = april.
  • mayo = may.
  • junio = june.
  • julio = july.
  • agosto = august.

Which months have names that are almost the same in both Spanish and English?

Words for the months are very similar in English and Spanish thanks to their common heritage:

  • enero — January.
  • febrero — February.
  • marzo — March.
  • abril — April.
  • mayo — May.
  • junio — June.
  • julio — July.
  • agosto — August.

Which Spanish speaking country is part of the United States?

Puerto Rico

This is largely due to the fact that the territory was under Spanish control for 400 years, and was inhabited by mainly Spanish-speaking settlers prior to being ceded to the United States in 1898.

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Are the months in Spanish masculine or feminine?

Months of the year in Spanish are always masculine. Read and listen to these examples: El mes de febrero es corto. February is a short month.

What is your name is Spanish?

= ¿Cómo te llamas?

What are the seasons called in Spanish?

A year has four seasons: primavera, verano, otoño e invierno. spring, summer, fall and winter.

What day of the week does the English calendar start on?

Starts Monday or Sunday

According to international standard ISO 8601, Monday is the first day of the week. It is followed by Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Sunday is the 7th and last day of the week.

What are the 7 days of the week Spanish to English?

Spanish days of the week

English Spanish
Monday lunes
Tuesday martes
Wednesday miércoles
Thursday jueves

Where do the Spanish days of the week come from?

The days of the week in Spanish come from these planets and gods. The first day of the week is named in reference to the moon, in Spanish ‘luna’ (Lunes), the second to Mars (Marte), the third to Mercury (Miércoles), fourth to Jupiter (Jueves), and the third to Venus (Viernes).

How do you say the days of the week in Spanish?

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Spanish Days.

Monday lunes loo-nays
Tuesday martes mar-tays
Wednesday miércoles mee-air-coh-lays
Thursday jueves hway-bays
Friday viernes bee-air-nays