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The question asks: "What is today's date?" To answer you could say: Es el (number) de (month) Except if it is the first of the month, you would say: Es el primavera de … (month) because primavera means the first of...
'Hoy es el (1/2/3/etc..)de (enero/febrero/marzo/abril/mayo/junio/julio/agosto/ septiembre/octubre/noviembre/diciembre)' 'Today is the (1st/2nd/3rd etc..) of …(January/February etc.)' The dates are given simply as NUMBERS (one/two etc.) in Spanish of course. (uno/dos/tres/cuatro/cinco/seis/siete/ocho/nueve/diez/once/doce/trece/catorce/quince/dieciseis/diecisiete/dieciocho/diecinueve/ veinte/veinti-uno/-dos/-tres/-cuatro etc. (21/1/2/3/4 etc.) treinta (30) treinta y uno (31)
Cual es la fecha de hoy translates from Spanish to English to mean "What is today's date?"
What is the date today?
If someone asks you 'Â¿cual es la fecha de hoy?' in Spanish, the answer would be the actual date. This is because this expression means 'what is today's date?' in Englis…h.
What is todays date
Today's date is?
The question asks, "What is today's date?" So to answer it, you'd give the date - a cardinal number. "Hoy es el doce (12) de enero." = Today is the 12th of January.
It means, "What date is Christmas?" The answer in Spanish would be el veinticinco (25) de diciembre.
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What is the date today.
Except for the accent in "cuál", it is. It means "What is the date today".
It means "What is today's date?" The answer would be to give the date. "Hoy es el 16 de septiembre".
They are asking you: "What is tomorrow's date?" Answer with tomorrow's date by using this format: "La fecha de mañana es..."
It means "The date of my birthday is on (followed by month and day)."
"Â¿CuÃ¡l es la fecha de hoy?" translates to "What is today's date?"in English.