5 Italian Days, Months, and Seasons Exercises

italian days of the week months and seasons exercises

Ciao, studente mio! As we continue our journey into the beautiful Italian language, today we will focus on something that is a fundamental part of our daily conversations.

I am talking about the days of the week, the months of the year, and the seasons.

Understanding these will not only enhance your ability to plan and organize your activities in Italian but will also open up new avenues for engaging in more complex conversations.

As you practice these phrases and questions, remember to enunciate each word clearly, embracing the melody of Italian. Are you ready? Allora, iniziamo!


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1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – Italian Days of the Week, Months, and Seasons


a) è / lunedì / oggi

Oggi è lunedì.


b) è / luglio / mese / il


c) gennaio / è / mese / il


d) aprile / piove / spesso / in


e) stagione / è / l'estate / la


f) mercoledì / dopo / viene / il / il / martedì


g) è / la / dicembre / di / Natale / festa / a


h) l'autunno / segue / l'estate'


i) il / viene / dopo / sabato / venerdì / il


j) è / freddo / l'inverno / molto


k) domenica / è / riposo / giorno / di / la


l) è / settembre / della / a / scuola / l'inizio


2) Can you Translate these Sentences? Italian Days of the Week, Months, and Seasons Exercises


a) Sunday is the day of rest.

La domenica è il giorno di riposo.


b) The school starts in September.


c) It often rains in April.


d) We are in the month of May.


e) Winter is the coldest season.


f) My birthday is in October.


g) The leaves fall in autumn.


h) July and August are summer months.


i) The Christmas holiday is in December.


j) Tuesday comes before Wednesday.


k) February is the shortest month.


l) The week begins on Monday.


3) Practice your Vocabulary


a) Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday

Lunedì – Martedì – Mercoledì


b) April - May - June


c) Autumn - Winter - Spring


d) July - August - September


e) Thursday - Friday - Saturday


f) October - November - December


g) Summer - Fall - Winter


h) January - February - March


4) Practice Your Writing by Translating these Small Texts Taking the Italian Days of the Week, Months, and Seasons into Consideration


On a brisk October morning, she steps out to find the park adorned with hues of orange and red, a clear sign that autumn is in full swing, the air is tinged with the scent of fallen leaves and the whisper of the coming winter.


During the summer months, the seaside becomes a vibrant canvas, with the sun painting the sky in brilliant shades of blue and gold, families gather to enjoy the long days, and the laughter of children blends with the rhythm of the waves.


5) About Italian Days of the Week, Months, and Seasons, Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers


a) Oggi è mercoledì. (Che…)

Che giorno è oggi?


b) La festa è a dicembre. (Quando...)


c) Preferisco andare in vacanza in estate. (Quando...)


d) Il mio compleanno cade a marzo. (Quando...)


e) L'autunno è la mia stagione preferita. (Quale...)


f) La scuola finisce a giugno. (Quando...)


g) Il capodanno è in gennaio. (Quando...)


h) Ho un appuntamento venerdì. (Quando...)


i) Il pranzo di Natale è di domenica quest'anno. (Che...)


j) La mia stagione preferita è la primavera. (Qual...)


Eccellente lavoro oggi! I am truly impressed with your dedication and progress in grasping the Italian days of the week, months, and seasons.

Remember, mastering a new language is like admiring art; the more you observe and practice, the deeper your appreciation grows.

Keep these phrases handy, practice them daily, and soon you’ll be speaking about time with the same ease as a native speaker.

Non vedo l’ora di vederti alla prossima lezione, when we will explore another exciting aspect of the Italian language. Arrivederci e buona fortuna!


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