| #2 (permalink) Thu Aug 10, 2006 12:59 pm Day, month, year in English
American date format:
When Americans write the date, the format is month / day / year. For example, today is August 10, 2006. Written as only numbers it would be: 8/10/06
If there is a deviation from the standard American format, an American will usually mention the deviation specifically.
Maybe Alan will give you information about the British format.
I usually advise people to always write the month as a word (Aug. or August, for example) in order to avoid possible confusion.
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