Let's learn how to say dates in Spanish.
For example, if you wanted to say something like 'September 1st', you would say, "Septiembre uno." Another way that people would say it is, "El primero de Septiembre." The 1st of September. Either way is correct, and they're both real easy to learn.
If you want to say, for example 'March 2nd', in Spanish, you would say. "El dos de Marzo"; the 2nd of March. The order there reverses. For example, if you want to say 'the 3rd of January', you would say, "El tres de Enero." If you want to say 'the 4th of October', you would say, "El cuatro de Octubre."
All you do is you put the number, which you already know: Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez; whatever number it is, followed by 'de' and then the month. It's really easy. For example, the 10th of December would be 'el diez de Diciembre'; 'el', then the number, then 'de', and then the month. El ocho de Agosto; August 8th. El siete de Julio; and so on and so forth. These are just a few different way to say the dates in Spanish.