Did you know that all the months of the year are written in lowercase Spanish? In Spanish, just like in English, the months take their names from Roman Empire origins.
So you will notice that all the months sound very similar to their English counterparts. The months of the year in Spanish are masculine and singular nouns. Although you won’t normally use them with determiners and adjectives, if you do need to it is important to remember this.
And luckily all the months have this in common. 1st January and 31st December are their national holiday. As we know, Spain is a Christian believing country, all the Christian holidays are celebrated there.
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In Conclusion, the names of the months in the Spanish calendar have their origins in Roman times. The Roman calendar contained only ten months at first, and it was based on the lunar cycle. As a result, the last four months of the year, like in English, have a numerical origin.
Want more? Check out how to spell and pronounce days of the week in Spanish.