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The date format in American English When you prefer to write the date in American English, usually the month comes before the day, then followed by the year. If we use the same example as before: The 6th day of the month September, in the year 2019, then the date in American English should be written as: Sept 6.
When writing a date, a comma is used to separate the day from the month, and the date from the year. July 4, 1776, was an important day in American history. I was born on Sunday, May 12, 1968. But if you're writing the date in day-month-year format, you don't need a comma.
However, if there is no year, there is no comma. (But there is still a comma between day and date.)
When writing a date, a comma is used to separate the day from the month, and the date from the year. Do use a comma if you're including a day of the week with the date. Note the use of the comma after the date when it appears in the middle of a sentence.
If only the month and year are used, do not use commas. Do not use the word "of" between the month and the year. Use: We met in December 2011 (not December of 2011). Appositives and phrases introduced by a comma must always be closed by a comma (or period at the end of a sentence).
The date format in American English When you prefer to write the date in American English, usually the month comes before the day, then followed by the year. If we use the same example as before: The 6th day of the month September, in the year 2019, then the date in American English should be written as: Sept 6.
In written American English, the month of the date comes before the day and year. For example, Independence Day in the USA is on July 4th each year. In the year 2000 the date was 4/7/2000 in British English. In American English this is written 7/4/2000.
Do not abbreviate months of the year when they appear by themselves or with a year (December 2012). March, April, May, June and July are never abbreviated in text, but the remaining months are when they are followed by a date (Jan. 27), and are correctly abbreviated Jan., Feb., Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.
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