Days Months And Seasons In Brazilian Portuguese

In this lesson, you will learn to talk about days, months, and seasons in Brazilian Portuguese (with audio), and you will learn other useful vocabularies.

Days Months And Seasons in brazilian portuguese

Days Of The Week In Brazilian Portuguese

EnglishPortuguese
MondaySegunda-feira
TuesdayTerça-feira
WednesdayQuarta-feira
ThursdayQuinta-feira
FridaySexta-feira
SaturdaySábado
SundayDomingo

Except for the weekend, the days are given a number, for example, “segunda-feira” means literally “second fair”, as Sunday/Domingo was considered the first day of the week.

Note: you can drop the “feira” and simply say “segunda”, “terça” or “quarta”, Portuguese speakers do it too.

Abreviations

Segunda-feira – 2ª (Monday)

Terça-feira – 3ª (Tuesday)

Quarta-feira – 4ª (Wednesday)

Quinta-feira – 5ª (Thursday)

Sexta-feira – 6ª (Friday)

Sábado – Sab (Saturday)

Domingo – Dom (Sunday)

days of the week in portuguese

Note: you can practice what you’ve learned here, and learn how to pronounce each of the words in our Memrise course here, don’t know how to use the platform or sign up? we’ve got you covered in this easy-to-follow tutorial here.

Months Of The Year In Portuguese

EnglishPortuguese
JanuaryJaneiro
FebruaryFevereiro
MarchMarço
AprilAbril
MayMaio
JuneJunho
JulyJulho
AugustAgosto
SeptemberSetembro
OctoberOutubro
NovemberNovembro
DecemberDezembro
months of the year in portuguese

Seasons In Portuguese

EnglishPortuguese
SpringPrimavera
SummerVerão
FallOutono
WinterInverno

Useful Vocab To Express Time

Hoje – today

Amanhã  – tomorrow

Ontem – yesterday

Ante-ontem   – the day before yesterday

Semana – week

Dias da semana – weekdays/workdays, days of the week

Fim-de-semana – weekend

Mês – month

Meses do ano – Months of the year

Ano – year

Próximo ano – next year

Ano passado – last year

Vou aprender português este ano – I will learn Portuguese this year.

That was our lesson about days, months, and seasons in Brazilian Portuguese, make sure to practice before moving to the next lesson.

Happy learning!

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