the month of ~
The bus service will be offered free of charge to residents for the month of August.
last, next, that, this ~ the/this coming ~ the following/previous ~
She'll be 40 this coming September.
~ (of) last/next/that/this year ~ (of) the/this coming year ~ (of) the following/previous/same year
The construction work began in May of last year.
early, late, mid-~
The strike began in late March.
the beginning, end, middle of ~
I'm going on holiday at the end of April.
first/latter/second half of ~
The first half of January was marked by intense diplomatic activity.
the period ~
Throughout the period November to February flocks of 500 or more are regularly present.
the months/weeks/year to ~
In the year to June, sales were up 12% on a year ago.
He spent August abroad.
~ arrive, come (written)
November came with especially nasty fog.
~ pass (into ~) (written)
January passed into February with the crime still a mystery.
a ~ day/morning/night, etc.
a misty December morning
~ ('s) edition/issue
His article will appear in May's issue of the magazine.
I picked up lots of bargains in the January sales.
~ coup, demonstration, election, meeting, referendum, revolution, riot, summit, etc.
The party is to boycott the June elections.
about, around ~
We will write to you again around August.
after, before ~
We expect to take delivery some time after June.
between ~ and ~
The hotel is closed between October and April.
The refurbishment should be completed by December.
It's back to school for him come September
(= when September comes).
The museum attracted 2,000 visitors during March.
The congress is planned for February 2003.
The exhibition is open from March to November.
We're getting married in April.
She has played only four games since November.
The freezing weather continued throughout January.
(up) to, until ~
The show runs until the end of October.