Seasons in Spanish
This free audio lesson is about the seasons in Spanish. It’s easy to learn the Spanish words for the seasons--test your pronunciation of the Spanish seasons.
These are useful words to know when you’re traveling in a Spanish-speaking country, or having a conversation with the native Spanish speakers that you know.
Here's a tip: try using a Spanish calendar, which will help you remember the words more easily. Listen carefully to the Spanish pronunciation and practice.
Resources for further reading:
Talking about the Seasons in Spanish
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Las estaciones (épocas)
Es tan lindo en esta época.
It is so beautiful in this season.
La primavera es la estación más lluviosa en mi región.
The spring is the wettest season in my region.
How to say the Seasons in Spanish
Let’s take a look at the different seasons in Spanish…
Fall / Autumn
You might also want to know how to pronounce the Spanish months! Luckily the names of most months look and sound quite similar in Spanish and English, which makes them easy to remember. The months also start with lowercase letters in Spanish!
There are no two Spanish-speaking countries with seasons that are exactly alike. Countries in the lower part of the southern hemisphere experience four seasons, but when it’s winter in America, its fall there! Some countries close to the equator don’t have four seasons, and on high mountainous countries, there is snow all year!
Check out Spanish Time for more useful info! Here are some recommended lessons:
- Knowing the days of the week in Spanish is always helpful in conversations!
- It's important to be able to tell and ask about the time in Spanish. Learn to here.
¡Nos vemos! See you!
Mauricio Evlampieff: Rocket Spanish
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