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    In Newport on September 4?

    I wonder whether the word order of the underlined expression is correct. "A tripartite meeting was held in Newport on September 4."

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    Re: In Newport on September 4?

    What do you think might be wrong with it?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: In Newport on September 4?

    For example, "... on September 4 in Newport."

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    Re: In Newport on September 4?

    Both versions are correct.

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    Re: In Newport on September 4?

    I'd prefer to see "September 4th", but what you've written is clear enough.

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