# How to Write Out the Year 1314 in Words, in (US) American English & (UK) British English, Year as a Number Converted to Words in Different Letter Cases

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# How to say and write out years in words in American and British English

### 1. How to convert years to words in American and British English, how to write them out?

#### 1.1. For years ending with three zeros:

• 1000 = the year one thousand, in both American and British English;
• 2000 = the year two thousand, in both American and British English;
• 3000 = the year three thousand, in both American and British English;

#### 1.2. For years ending with two zeros:

• 1700 = the year seventeen hundred, in both American and British English;
• 1800 = the year eighteen hundred, in both American and British English;
• 1900 = the year nineteen hundred, in both American and British English;

#### 1.3. If only the second digit is zero, there are three ways of writing out the year:

• 1059 = the year ten fifty-nine, in both American and British English;
• 1059 = the year one thousand fifty-nine, in American English;
• 1059 = the year one thousand and fifty-nine, in British English;
• 2018 = the year twenty eighteen, in both American and British English;
• 2018 = the year two thousand eighteen, in American English;
• 2018 = the year two thousand and eighteen, in British English;

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#### 1.4. If only the third digit is zero, there are two ways of writing out the year:

• 1609 = the year sixteen oh nine, in American English;
• 1609 = the year sixteen hundred and nine, in British English;
• 1902 = the year nineteen oh two, in American English;
• 1902 = the year nineteen hundred and two, in British English;
• 2108 = the year twenty-one oh eight, in American English;
• 2108 = the year twenty-one hundred and eight, in British English;

#### 1.5. In general, when the first three digits of the year are different of zero, we write the first two and the second two digits as if they were single numbers:

• 1870 = the year eighteen seventy, in both American and British English;
• 1878 = the year eighteen seventy-eight, in both American and British English;
• 1970 = the year nineteen seventy, in both American and British English;
• 1973 = the year nineteen seventy-three, in both American and British English;
• 2110 = the year twenty-one ten, in both American and British English;
• 2115 = the year twenty-one fifteen, in both American and British English;

#### 1.6. For years before 1000, we often say the first digit separately, then the last two as a single number, taking into account all the rules that were listed above:

• 474 = the year four seventy-four, in both American and British English;
• 474 = the year four hundred and seventy-four, in British English;
• 906 = the year nine oh six, in both American and British English;
• 906 = the year nine hundred and six, in British English;
• 43 = the year forty-three, in both American and British English;
• 17 = the year seventeen, in both American and British English;