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    from January 24th to (the) 26th.

    1. I will visit Kenting from January 24th to the 26th.
    2. I will visit Kenting from January 24th to 26th.

    Which of the above sentences is acceptable?
    I need native speakers' help.

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    Re: from January 24th to (the) 26th.

    I would not use "the". I would normally write that as "from January 24-26".

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    Re: from January 24th to (the) 26th.

    I might say it with a "the," however.

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