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.

spend ~ 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.

~ sales 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.

by ~ The refurbishment should be completed by December.

come ~ It's back to school for him come September

(= when September comes). during ~ The museum attracted 2,000 visitors during March.

for ~ The congress is planned for February 2003.

from ~ The exhibition is open from March to November.

in ~ We're getting married in April.

since ~ She has played only four games since November.

throughout ~ The freezing weather continued throughout January.

(up) to, until ~ The show runs until the end of October.