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Days and Months

lundi monday
mardi tuesday
mercredi wednesday
jeudi thursday
vendredi friday
samedi saturday
dimanche sunday
le jour day
la semaine week
aujourd'hui today
hier yesterday
demain tomorrow
Note: Articles are not used before days, exceptto express something that happens habitually on a certain day, such as "on Mondays." (You would use le before the day, as in "le lundi") (blank)
janvier january
février february
mars march
avril april
mai may
juin june
juillet july
août august
septembre september
octobre october
novembre november
décembre december
le mois month
l'an / l'année year
Note: To express in a certain month, such as "in May," use en before the month as in "en mai." With dates, the ordinal numbers are not used, except for the first of the month: le premiermai but le deux juin. Also note that days of the weeks and months of the year are all masculine and not capitalized in French.
Created by: bittersweety