Hebrew Names of Days of the Week:
- Yom Echad - Day One - Genesis 1:5
- Yom Sheni - Day Second - Genesis 1:8
- Yom Shlishi - Day Third - Genesis 1:13
- Yom Revii - Day Forth.- Genesis 1:19
- Yom Chamishi - Day Fifth - Genesis 1:23
- Yom HaShishi - Day The Sixth - Genesis 1:31
- Yom HaShvii - Day The Seventh - Genesis 2:3 / Yom HaShabat - Day of The Rest - Exodus 20:8
Hebrew Names of Months of the Year:
- Chodesh HaRishon - Month The First - Leviticus 23:5 / Chodesh HaAviv - Month of The Ripening - Exodus 13:4
- Chodesh HaSheni - Month The Second - Genesis 7:11
- Chodesh HaShlishi - Month The Third - Exodus 19:1
- Not Listed, Most likely Chodesh HaRevii - Month The Forth
- Chodesh HaChamishi - Month The Fifth - Numbers 33:38
- Not Listed, Most likely Chodesh HaShishi - Month The Sixth
- Chodesh HaShvii - Month The Seventh - Genesis 8:4
- Not Listed, Most likely Chodesh HaShmini - Month The Eighth
- Not Listed, Most likely Chodesh HaTshiit - Month The Ninth
- Chodesh HaAsiri - Month The Tenth - Genesis 8:5
- Ashtey Asar Chodesh - One Ten Month - Deuteronomy 1:3
- Not Listed, Most likely Shtem Esreh Chodesh - Two Ten Month
- Not Sure. Most likely Shlosh Esreh Chodesh - Three Ten Month. Sometimes there is a 13th Month in Lunar Shabbat calendar system. We add 13th month if spring equinox falls on the 1st month. Secondary sign is if barley/wheat is not ripe by the time 12th Month ends. I am not sure yet how to explain this addition by the text.
Days of the Month are pronounced in the similar fashion. For example, day 27th would be Yom Shiveah VeEsrim - Day Seven And Twenty - Genesis 8:14. Same with years.
To avoid pronouncing names of deities in English, you can say that today (02/08/2016) is 8th day of the Month instead of saying day of the week, or you can say it in Hebrew - Yom HaShmini (Day The Eighth). Or you can simply write/say the full date (02/08/2016).