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12 Months of The Year in English with Useful Rules and Examples

Talking about the months of the year isn't too difficult in English. For one thing, many countries use some version of the English names—you may not have to learn new terms. Also, the spellings of the English month names never change, and they're the same in American English and British English. You just have to remember a few basic sentence forms, and the ways of using the adjectives "last" and "next," which we'll show you in this video. Are you ready? https://7esl.com/months-of-the-year/

Now you know the names of the months of the year! Many of them come from the names of ancient Roman and Greek gods. You may be wondering: the names September, October, November, and December seem to contain the prefixes for seven, eight, nine, and ten. But these are the eleventh and twelfth months! What's up with that? The answer is that during the first part of the Roman Empire, the Romans did not include midwinter in the calendar, probably because that period had little agricultural significance. So they had only ten months, from March through December.
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