You can make a pretty good approximation of the names of the months in Italian by just saying the English versions in your best cartoon Italian accent — they're so close.
They might not look that easy it at first glance, so make sure you listen to the audio.
Did you notice that the names of the months don't start with capital letters? This isn't a typo! Months aren't capitalized in Italian. (It's the same deal with days of the week too.)
Just like in English, there's a little ditty in Italian to help you remember how many days in a month.
The Italian is shorter and catchier than the English version, so I recommend making the upgrade. (Plus you'll learn the months as a bonus!)
If you're not familiar with ventotto, trenta and trentuno yet, head over to the Italian numbers lesson. Don't worry, they're friendly.