Good Evenining to everybody.It's my first time in this forum, and I've got a very simple question, but I can't find the answer in my books:how do you read the years, as for example 1800 or 2009? I know that 1815, for example, is devided in eighteen fifteen, but what about the other cases? Thank you very much!
Eighteen hundred.Two thousand and nine.BrE
For the current year, in the US you will occasionally hear "twenty-oh-nine."
Beginning next year and going forward, the "two thousand and ... " will probably be replaced by "twenty ten," "twenty eleven," twenty twelve," etc. (equivalent to last century's "nineteen-oh-nine," "nineteen ten," etc.), except that it will be pronounced: "twunny ten," "twunny eleven," "twunny twelve," ...