Spaniards use the Gregorian Calendar just like US Americans and Britons. It starts on January 1st.
The answer will depend on which calendar.
Yes, it does.
It depends which calendar you use.
'Calendar' in Spanish is 'calendario'.
Calendar, in Spanish, is "calendario".
It depends on how you count the Hebrew months, e.g. do you start counting from Tishrei or from Nissan. The third month of the calendar if you start counting from Tishrei is Kislev, which occurs around November-December. The third month if you start counting from Nissan is Sivan, which occurs around May-June.
June is the sixth month on the calendar.
Islamic Calendar (a lunar calendar) is 11 days shorter than Solar Calendar. If, for example, Ramdan started in the fisrt week of, say, June of solar calendar, the next year, Ramdan will start in the last week of May. Hence, Islamic dates keep changing with respect to solar calendar. Ramdan does not necearrily have start in September or October or any month.
In the Hebrew calendar, the month of Av is followed by the month of Elul.
Ramadan is the 9th month in the Islam Lunar calendar that is called Hijra Calendar.
A calendar month is a period of time from the date of one month to the same date of the next month.