How to say the months and date in spanish
First you need to know the months
Notice that the months all start with a lowercase letter, this is because in the spanish vocabulary months begin with a lowercase.
The months with the asterisk(*) are the five most commonly miss spelled months so watch your spelling.
The next thing you need to know is that the number, for example (11th) always comes first. Instead of the date being February 11th, it’s the 11th of February.
Now you need to know the numbers 1-31:
uno=1 dieciseis=16 treinta y uno=31
Now we are going to learn how say it all together. First you say:
This means “It’s the”. Then you would say the number date. So for an example you would say:
Es el once
In english this means “It’s the 11th”
Next you would say:
This means “of” in english. Then you would say the month. For an example you would say:
No we will put it all together:
Es el once de abril
This is how you say the date.
Next we will learn how to ask the date:
¿Cuál es fecha de hoy? This means “What’s today’s date?”
¿Qué día es hoy? This means “What was yesterdays date?”
¿Qué día es mañana? This means “What is tomorrows date?”
And lastly, just in case you need to know, here are the days of the week:
The first letter is also lowercase just like the months.Here is a video of a person trying to tell a delusional person the date:
I hope you enjoyed this lesson and now know how to say and ask the date in spanish.