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#22 – What day is it?

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Notice how the days of the week are shown on the calendar above.

Spanish Blog 365
Post 22  of 365

Today, Let’s learn the days of the week

Los días de la semana

Starting with some preliminary vocabulary…Time references
día – day
semana – week
mes – month
año – year

Let’s call this a Vocabulary Pocket = a group of related words, that if you learn together, in a chunk, you can memorize them all for the brain power price of memorizing just one!

We can expand the above Vocabulary Pocket with ease:

hora – hour
década – decade
siglo – century


los días de la semana
los meses del año
las horas del día


Los días de la semana en español

lunes – Monday
martes – Tuesday
miércoles – Wednesday
jueves – Thursday
viernes – Friday
sábado -Saturday
domingo – Sunday

1. Wednesday and Saturday have a written accent mark (miércoles, sábado)
2. Days of the week are not capitalized in Spanish. Remember that months aren’t either!


Ayer fue domingo. – Yesterday was Sunday.
Hoy es lunes. – Today is Monday.
Mañana es martes. – Tomorrow is Tuesday.


There’s another Vocabulary Pocket!

ayer  – yesterday  (Phonetics: eye YER)
hoy – today
mañana – tomorrow


Action Step: Practice this today! Tomorrow we’ll get put the days into conversational context.

Fill in the blank and say it out loud as you do it.

1. ________, martes, ____________, jueves, _____________

2. sábado, ____________, lunes, __________

3. viernes, _____________, _______________, lunes, martes, _____________, _____________

4. Notice the calendar in the photo above shows the days of the week like this:

l m m j v s d


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Hasta mañana,