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    #1

    date

    Is it correct:

    I'll be there on the 2nd of December?
    I'll be there on December the 2nd?
    Thank you for your letter from the 2nd of December?


    thank you in advance,
    gtc


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    Re: date

    Quote Originally Posted by goingtocalifornia View Post
    Is it correct:

    I'll be there on the 2nd of December. (except don't use a question mark at the end of these sentences)
    I'll be there on December the 2nd.
    I'll be there in December on the 2nd.
    Thank you for your letter from the 2nd of December.
    Thank you for your letterdated the 2nd of December.

    thank you in advance,
    gtc
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    #3

    Re: date

    I don't have problem with "I'll be there on December the 2nd" in spoken English. It is very colloquial.

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