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Ch 7: Days & Dates in Spanish

About This Chapter

Watch video lessons and learn days of the week, months of the year, holidays, and more in the Spanish language. These lessons are just a portion of our foreign language course materials.

Days and Dates in Spanish - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

What day is today? When is your birthday? When is Cinco de Mayo? Learning how to say the days, months, and dates in a year is an important part of learning a new language. In this chapter, a qualified instructor will introduce you to the vocabulary of days and dates in Spanish. You'll learn to list the days of the week, months of the year, and some famous holidays. You'll also learn how to ask about the date and tell someone what date an event is going to happen. There's also a lesson where you can practice the knowledge you've gained from this chapter, and each lesson has a self-graded quiz where you can test your skills. After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Name the days of the week and months of the year in Spanish
  • Ask about the day or date in Spanish
  • Talk about the day or date in Spanish
  • List important holidays in Spanish

VideoObjective
Days of the Week and Holidays in SpanishLearn how to say the days of the week as well as some of the famous holidays in Spanish.
What Are the Months in Spanish?Examine the vocabulary words for each month of the year in Spanish.
Talking about Days and Dates in Spanish GrammarUnderstand how to tell someone the day or date and how to name the date for an event in Spanish.
Conversation About Days and Dates: Practice Spanish ActivitiesPractice using the vocabulary you've learned, and listen to conversations about dates.

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