WRITING AND SAYING DATES
WRITING AND SAYING DATES: meaning and examples
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The way we write and say DATES is sometimes different in American and British English.
December 11 or December 11th
December eleventh, December the 11th
12/11/20 (Notice that the month comes first.)
11 December, 11th December, December 11 or December 11th
The eleventh of December or December the eleventh.
So, the US dates are generally written and spoken with the month first, while the British generally put the day first (like in Spanish and Catalan). However, there is a lot of variation in spoken English, so the way we say the dates is not strictly American or British; it's just a tendency.
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