The year is divided into four seasons: spring, summer, autumn, winter. Each seasons has three months.
Spring begins in March and ends in May. In spring, nature awakens from its winter sleep. The trees are filled with new life, the earth is warmed by the rays of the sun, and the weather gets gradually milder. The fields and the meadows are covered with fresh green grass. The blossoms on the fruit-trees come out, filling the air with fragrance. The woods and forests are filled with twitter in the trees. Spring is the revival of nature.
The trees summer month are June, July and August. In summer the weather gets warmer still and sometimes it is very hot. The days are long and the nights are short and warm. It`s the farmer`s busy season. The grass must be cut and the hay must be made, while the dry weather lasts. Sometimes the skies are covered with heavy clouds. There are storms with thunder, lighting and hail.
Autumn is the season of harvesting. Apples, pears and other fruits are ripening in our orchards. The days get shorter and the nights longer. The woods turn yellow and brown, leaves begin to fall from the trees and the ground is covered with them. The skies are grey and it rains very often.
Winter lasts for three month: December, January and February. In winter the sun shines rarely. It rises late and sets early. The temperature is low. We are obliged to spend more time indoors because out-of-doors it's cold. Lakes, rivers and streams are frozen, the roads are sometimes covered with slippery ice or deep snow. The trees are bare. Winter is the season of preparatory work in agriculture.