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    Default Different ways to read the date

    This is my observation of how (some) native speakers of English read the date. 8)

    June 30, 2004:

    June thirty, two thousand four (American English)
    The thirtieth of June, two thousand and four (British English)

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    In British English, we do generally say it that way, but we write it in full or just say '30th June'.

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