Student or Learner
Here's my doubt:
'two thousand and eight'? or 'two thousand eight'? or
both are possible?
Is there a difference between British English and American English?
In BrE it's 'two thousand and eight'. It may well be different in AmE, you will have to wait for an American to tell you.
To make sure you understood me : I meant 2008 - date, not 2008 - numeral. I haven't specified, I'm sorry!
My doubt arose from looking over the internet: I would naturally say 'two thousand and eight' but in some posts some people say that's not correct for dates, only for numerals;that for dates you should say 'two thousand eight'.
Thank you again.
I had assumed that you meant dates and my response was with that in mind, so the year 2008 is two thousand and eight in BrE.