Are all days in Spanish capitalized?
Are all days in Spanish capitalized? I'm studying French also and I know they don't capitalize days or months.
Hi Elaine. Welcome to the forum.
No, the days and months are not capitalized in Spanish.
Take a look at this article and you'll see more about capitalization.
Wait, wait, wait! There are special cases for some religious festivities: Miércoles de Ceniza, Jueves Santo, Viernes Santo, Sábado de Gloria, Domingo de Resurección,
- Se va a misa el Miércoles de Ceniza, el Jueves Santo, el Viernes Santo, el Sábado de Gloria también el Domingo de Resurección,
I think the holidays are capitalized because they're really titles, not just dates. Otherwise, no.
So how about "el 25 de Mayo", el 5 de Mayo" and all those other wonderful things that are celebrated in May or whatever other month. I don't include my birthday in a week or two's time.
...so it's inglés, not Inglés.
I was told and it is confirmed in the link that languages aren't either, so it's inglés, not Inglés.
You do not capitalize the days or months in Spanish.