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If I am reading various issues of the same magazine, which correspond to different years of publishing (e.g., 2015, 2016), how is to say about it grammatically:
I am reading 2015-year-issues and 2016-year-issues
I am reading 2015th-year-issues and 2016th-year-issues
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"Invading armies have no rights." Noam Chomsky
2015th would be the two thousand and fifteenth issue, meaning that there were two thousand and fourteen issues before this one.
You could also say "I'm reading the twenty fifteen and sixteen issues" if you are speaking.