In order to write dates and times correctly, you need to learn the basic vocabulary and familiarize yourself with Spanish written conventions.
Days of the week and months of the year DO NOT use capital letters (unless they appear at the beginning of a sentence).
The days of the week in Spanish are:
Months of the year are:
Other words that indicate time are:
When writing the date in Spanish, the basic structure you should follow is:
*Note the absence of a comma after the month/before the year.
If you are indicating the day of the week as well, use the following format:
*Note presence of el after the day of the week (not before it) and also the absence of commas.
When writing about time in Spanish, use the following expressions:
The words durante, dentro de, en, a, por, para, desde, antes, and después are used to indicate when an action started or how long it lasted. Let's consider each of these in turn: