¿Cuál es la fecha de hoy?

Here are the Months and Dates in Spanish

enero

January

(a-ney-ro)

febrero

February

(fey-bre-ro)

marzo

March

(mar-zoe)

abril

April

(ah-brill)

mayo

May

(my-yo)

junio

June

(who-knee-oh)

julio

July

(who-lee-oh)

 

agosto

August

(ah-goes-toe)

septiembre

September

(sep-tee-em-bre)

octubre

October

(ock-two-bre)

noviembre

November

(no-bee-em-bre)

diciembre

December

(d-cee-em-bre)

 

 

*Notice that the capitalization does not matter when spelling in Spanish

*When saying these words, you must be careful by how you pronounce the words.

 

 

 

*When saying the numbers after 15, you’re just repeating the tenths and saying 1-9 after it.

(i.e. dieciseis (16) dieci=10 seis=6)

*After you reach higher numbers it’s the same as 1-9

*The number 31 has a specific lesson to itself. Notice how it is “treinta y uno” not “treintiuno”. A lot of mistakes are made when saying that number. So Be Careful

*These will help you if you are in a Spanish speaking country and you have a birthday or specific event on a certain day that has to be presented in Spanish.

* In Spanish don't forget that the date comes before the month
(i.e. Hoy es el doce de noviembre) 
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