List of 12 Months of the year! The month of the year is quite helpful for ESL students. You will use it every day. This article is about twelve months of the year in English.
There are 12 months in a year, and each one has its own unique set of challenges and opportunities. Whether you’re a student studying for exams or a worker trying to get ahead, it’s important to be aware of what’s happening in each month. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the key events and holidays that happen in each month. We hope this information will help you make the most of your year!
As the year comes to a close, many people are already starting to think about their New Year’s resolutions. But have you ever stopped to think about all of the different things that happen in each month? In this post, we’ll take a look at each month and what happens during it. We’ll also include some fun facts and trivia about each month! So get ready to learn something new!
Here is the list of 12 months of the year:
|Sr no.||Name of Month||No of days||Special Holiday||Short form|
|1.||January||31||New Year’s Day||Jan|
|2.||February||28, 29 (leap)||Valentine’s Day||Feb|
Definition of Month Names
January is the first month of the year. It has 31 days. That means it is January in which several holidays take places, such as New Year’s Day and Mardi Gras.
February is the second month of the year. It has 28 days or 29 days if it’s a leap year. You can remember it’s the shortest month by thinking that Feb-u-ary has only 28 days.
March is the third month of the year. It is spring month, so the weather is getting warmer. March is the month that Daylight Savings Time begins and Easter takes place.
April is the fourth month of the year. In many countries, it’s also known as Spring Month. The weather is getting warmer and trees start to bud in April. It’s also a popular time for school field trips because schools don’t have as much homework yet as they do later in the year!
May is the fifth month of the year. In some countries, it is a summertime month and flowers bloom everywhere. This can be remembered by thinking that “May – Blooms”. In May, people celebrate Mother’s Day and Armed Forces Day/Memorial Day (the last Monday in May). It is also when many schools hold graduation ceremonies.
June is the sixth month of the year and it’s also known as mid-summer in some countries. It has 30 days! That means there are so many holidays in this wonderful month, such as Father’s Day, Flag Day, and graduations at school or university! You can remember how many days it has by thinking that June has 30 days because “June – Happy Birthday“.
July is the seventh month of the year. You can remember how many days it has by thinking that July has 31 days because “July, have a great time!”
August is the eight-month of the year and you can remember this number with UGLY because it’s an ugly thing to do to count from one to eight. There are so many holidays this month such as Tom Sawyer’s birthday on August 2, Constitution Day on August 17, and National Aviation Day on August 19. This can be remembered easily by thinking that August is a very important holiday month!
September is the ninth month of the year. It has 30 days. You can remember this number by thinking that it’s a very good month because everyone gets good marks on their report card!
October is the tenth month of the year. Halloween takes place in October, so you’ll have all sorts of candies to eat at school or work! You can remember how many days it has by thinking that it’s always Halloween because “October” sounds like “All Hallow’s Eve”.
November is the eleventh month of the year and you will probably have some snow before winter starts, especially if you live where I do in Canada Remember this number with No rain, No flowers because there are no flowers in this month and it’s also a good idea to remember that there is no rain in November!
December is the last month of the year. It has 31 days. You can remember how many days by thinking that there are lots of holidays, such as Christmas and Hanukkah and Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve…which means December has tons of parties!
Month Names in Example Sentences
- January is the month of the new year, and it starts with a lot of parties.
- The birthday of my father is in the second month (February), we are planning a big celebration this year.
- The third month (March) is the birthday of my mother. I always try to give her a little gift for that day.
- April is the springtime month, and many people celebrate Easter this month.
- May is the month of Mother’s Day, which should be celebrated by all children.
- June has Father’s Day, but also the longest day of the year because it’s summertime!
- July has many important holidays – Canada’s Day (July 1), Tom Sawyer’s birthday (August 2), and Constitution Day (August 17). My birthday is in July too!
- September is when school starts again after the summer break, so everyone likes it even if they don’t like school that much.
- October is halloween, which means lots of fun with pumpkin-flavored food!
- November is the month when many people go shopping for Christmas presents because it’s not too early or too late.
- December is the last month of the year, so everyone likes to spend time with family and friends before it’s time to say goodbye.
- It will be winter soon in December because there are no flowers outside anymore!