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Seasons

Months of the year are often associated with seasons of the year.

We use the preposition in with seasons of the year.

Summer

In summer the weather is very hot.

Warmest, hottest season of the year - in the northern hemisphere summmer is from June to August, in the southern hemisphere summer is from December to February.

Autumn

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Fall

In autumn we have to sweep up the leaves that have fallen.

Autumn and fall both mean the same thing. Fall is mostly used in the United States of America.

Weather starts to become cooler, leaves fall and fruit is collected - in the northern hemisphere autumn or fall is from September to November, in the southern hemisphere summer is from March to May.

Winter

Winter in England is very cold.

Coldest season of the year - in the northern hemisphere summmer is from December to February, in the southern hemisphere summer is from June to August.

Spring

All of the flowers in my garden bloom in spring.

Weather starts to become warmer - in the northern hemisphere spring is from March to May, in the southern hemisphere summer is from September to November.

Not all countries have consisten seasons but some countries experience each and every season.

Autumn is commonly called fall in the United States of America.