Months in German - Seasons in German

It’s time to learn the German words for seasons and months of the year. With this free audio lesson these will be rolling off your tongue in no time. Here’s a tip to make them even easier to remember: pin a German calendar to the wall, or if you use the one on your computer or phone, switch the language to German!

It’s useful to be able to read these words, but it’s even better if you can use them in German conversation, which is why we’ve included the audio. Listen to the pronunciation and practice saying the German words aloud. Let’s go!

Months in German

Luckily the names of the months look and sound quite similar in German and English, which makes them easy to remember…

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Dezember
December
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Februar
February
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März
March
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April
April
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Mai
May
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Juni
June
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Juli
July
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August
August
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September
September
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Oktober
October
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November
November
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Januar
January
  • June in German

Seasons in German

Finally, let’s have a look at the different seasons…

Officially spring is during the months of March, April and May in Germany. Summer is from June through to August. Autumn is during the months of September, October and November and winter is from December to February. Nevertheless, it’s not uncommon to have some snow in May when the cherry trees are in full flower or warm and humid days in October together with beautiful autumn colors.

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Winter
Winter
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Herbst
Fall / Autumn
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Sommer
Summer
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Frühling
Spring

Bis bald!

Paul Weber
Paul Weber
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