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    Lightbulb Date

    Heei,

    I do'n't understand the date of a letter. Must the date always be so:
    12 september 2008, London

    Or must it be otherwise.

    I don't get this, can you help me?

    Greets

    NOotje

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    Re: Date

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Heei,

    I do'n't understand the date of a letter. Must the date always be so:
    12 september 2008, London

    Or must it be otherwise.

    I don't get this, can you help me?

    Greets

    NOotje

    Unfortunately, in Canada, there seem to be three different ways to write it. Our federal government has year/month, day on their forms. Businesses also use month/day/year (VISA), and
    day/month/year (Mastercard).
    This can lead to confusion!


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    Re: Date

    Oxford Dictionaries recommend:

    22nd June 2008

    For samples of various kinds of letters, and links, see

    AskOxford: Sample Letters

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