# Calculator: write the date in American and British English words

## Latest dates converted to American and British English words

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# How to write and say the date in both American and British English

### 1. How to write and say the date in American English

• Rule of order: Month Day Year;
• You write using numbers: 07-15-2018 = July 15th, 2018;
• You write and say: "July (the)* fifteenth, twenty eighteen" OR "July (the)* fifteenth, two thousand eighteen";
• * The definite article "the" can be left out.

### 2. How to write and say the date in British English

• Rule of order: Day Month Year;
• You write using numbers: 15-07-2018 = 15th July, 2018;
• You write and say: "the fifteenth of July, twenty eighteen" OR "the fifteenth of July, two thousand and eighteen";

### 3. It is common to use numbers instead of months

• 04-05-2018 is April 5th, 2018 according to the American English standard, but it is 4th May, 2018 by the British English.
• 01-09-2020 is January 9th, 2020 according to the American English standard, but it is 1st September, 2020 by the British English.
• 07-03-2022 is July 3rd, 2022 according to the American English standard, but it is 7th March, 2022 by the British English.