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Maybe you can help me with a question of writing out the year in a formal invitation.....Which is correct, two thousand and eight or two thousand eight?
If you google sample wedding invitation wording you'll see samples.

The page I saw used 2012. Some were 2012, some where two thousand twelve, and some were two thousand and twelve.

So you can pick whichever one you like.
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AuditgirlIt seems there are lots of ways to indicate a date.

For example, if I want to write a date of April 22, 2006, it is written in diverse ways such as "Apr. 22, 2006, Apr. 22nd, 2006, or 22 April 2006.

What is the difference between them?

Which is appropriate in what occasions or purposes?

I look forward to accurate answer. ...

I have to enter the date in an application form which indicates is has to be: mm/dd/yy
like this 22/03/09
i think the logic way is: year, month, day, hour, minute, now i say: 200907261125; in this way the number of the last date is always greater than the previous

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The correct english way would be, "Tuesday, June 5th." and if you need a year in there it would be "Tuesday, June 5th, 2009" or whatever year.
We totally have the same birthday. Mine is also May 23! xD
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hello! I don't quite really know... and I was use to write the date like this for example: (Tuesday, June 5th of 2011) or (Tuesday, June 5th '11) or (Tuesday 5th of June, 2011) so I had three options here...and I don't know wich is more appropiated I'm studying english, and I really would like to write the day in letters in dates... so please could any one tell me what is your opinion? I am from mexico.
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