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    #1

    date

    please,
    How can I say this date?
    25/1/ 2011

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    #2

    Re: date

    twenty-fifth of January, two thousand and eleven

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    #3

    Re: date

    I say 'twenty-fifth of January, twenty eleven'.

    Rover

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    #4

    Re: date

    I say, the twenty-fifth of January two thousand and eleven

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    #5

    Re: date

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    I say, the twenty-fifth of January two thousand and eleven
    So do I.

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    #6

    Re: date

    January twenty-fifth, twenty-eleven (or two thousand eleven if I'm feeling formal)

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