Beginner English 2-35

How to Express Seasons in English

Teacher: Robin    Runtime: 3:09     Series: Beginner 2      icon-heart Donate     
[junkie-tabs] [junkie-tab title=”Video Information”] This calendar video will teach you how to express seasons in English.  A quick video introducing the seasons. [/junkie-tab][junkie-tab title=”한글”] 이 달력관련 동영상은 계절을 영어로 어떻게 표현하는지 가르쳐 줍니다. 계절을 소개해주는 아주 짧은 동영상입니다. [/junkie-tab][junkie-tab title=”Script”] [PART 1]

Hi, everyone.

In this video, we’re going to talk about the seasons.

Ok, it’s very easy.

Because there’s only four seasons.

Alright, and you probably already know them.

Here they are.

And the first one is “spring’.


And ‘spring’ is when the flowers come out.


The next season.



Summer is hot.

Summer is a good time to go to the beach.

Summer is my favorite season.

I like hot weather.

Alright, the next season.



Ok, this has an ‘au’.



So, instead of “autumn”, an easier way is just to say, “fall”.

You can say, “autumn”, or “fall”.

Both are ok.

They mean the same thing.

So, of course, in ‘autumn’, the leaves on the trees fall.

And the last season.



‘Winter’, of course, is very cold… and you build snowmen in winter.

Uhh…I don’t like winter very much.

Ok, so those are the four seasons.

Let’s do some extra practice.

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Ok, for our practice, I have three quick questions.

Let’s look at the first question.

“What season is now?”

“What season is right now?”


Because it’s ‘now’, we have to begin with “It’s”.


“It is…”

“It’s summer.”

Ok, I made this video now.

For me, it’s summer.

When your watching this video, maybe it’s another season.

Alright, “What season is now?”

“It’s summer.”

Remember, right now, we always use “It’s”.

Ok, the next questions.

“When is Halloween?”

Ok, so what season is Halloween?

Well, we have to use the preposition ‘in’.


“When is Halloween?”


“In autumn.”

Ok, “In autumn.”


“In fall.”


So remember, with the seasons, we need the preposition ‘in’.

“When is Halloween?”

“In autumn.”

“In fall.”

And the last question.

“When is Christmas?”

Ok, what season?

Of course, “In winter.”

“When is Christmas?”

“It’s in winter.”


So that’s the seasons.

Remember, when we’re talking about ‘now’, we need “it’s”…if we’re talking about the season now.

And other seasons, we need the preposition ‘in’.


That’s seasons.

I hope you understand.

See you next time.

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