Grammar 1-13 | True Beginner | CEFR A1

Months of the Year

Listen to four conversations using months.

Conversation #1

Woman: When is Fall in America?
Man: It is in September, October, November and December.
Woman: Oh, how that is Spring in New Zealand.
Man: When is Fall in New Zealand?
Woman: It is in March, April, May and June!
Man: Oh, cool!

Conversation #2

Woman: So when is summer in America?
Man: It is from June, July, August and September.
Woman: June to September is winter in New Zealand.
Man: So when is summer?
Woman: Summer is December, January, February and March.
Man: I want to go to New Zealand then.
Woman: Please come!

Conversation #3

Woman: What is your favorite month?
Man: My favorite month is July.
Woman: Why do you like July?
Man: Because the weather is hot and it is my birthday!
Woman: Nice! My favorite month is February?
Man: Why? Do you have a birthday in February?
Woman: No, but I have no school!
Man: Good reason!

Conversation #4

Woman: In your country, what month is hot?
Man: July is very hot.
Woman: What month is cold?
Man: January is very cold.
Woman: What month gets lots rain.
Man: March. It is very wet in March.
Woman: What month is cool?
Man: Both April and October have cool weather.

Grammar Notes

Point 1: There are twelve months in the year.
  1. January
  2. February
  3. March
  4. April
  5. May
  6. June
  7. July
  8. August
  9. September
  10. October
  11. November
  12. December
Point 2: Always start months with a capital letter.
  1. I love October.
  2. May is very cool.
  3. I leave in June.
  4. See you in August.
Point 3: Use the preposition 'in' for months and seasons.
  1. I will be back in June.
  2. See you in July.
  3. I have a vacation in December.
  4. My birthday is in October.
Point 4: There are four seasons in most English speaking countries.
  1. Spring
  2. Summer
  3. Fall
  4. Winter
Answer the following questions about the interview.

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