Question by  blondieone (12)

What is the proper date format to use in grammar?

I need grammar help.


Answer by  Phil97 (569)

Dates have three forms. First is Month Date, Year; second is Day, Month Date, Year; third is Day the ordinal number, Month Year (Friday the 14th, March 2006).


Answer by  wallaby78 (2293)

In American English, the correct format is Month, Day, Year, like this: September Eleventh, Two-thousand one. In British English it is Day, Month, Year, like this: Eleventh September, Two-thousand one.

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