How to Write Out the Year 9688 in Words, in (US) American English & (UK) British English, Converted in Eight Different Letter Cases

Convert the year 9688 to words

Both American and British English: the year ninety-six eighty-eight;

9688: UPPERCASE
ALL UPPERCASE LETTERS:

Both American and British English: the year NINETY-SIX EIGHTY-EIGHT;

9688: Title Case
Capital Letters at the Beginning of Words:

Both American and British English: the year Ninety-Six Eighty-Eight;

9688: Sentence case
Capital letter to start the sentence:

Both American and British English: the year Ninety-six eighty-eight;


Both American and British English: the year Ninety-Six Eighty-Eight;

9688: camelCase
Spaces and punctuation removed,
first letter lower case,
subsequent words first letters uppercase:

Both American and British English: the year ninetySixEightyEight;

9688: hyphen-case
punctuation - removed
spaces - replaced - by - hyphens:

Both American and British English: the year ninety-six-eighty-eight;

9688: snake_case
punctuation _ removed
spaces _ replaced _ by _ underscores:

Both American and British English: the year ninety_six_eighty_eight;


Year 9688 written in: 'lowercase', 'UPPERCASE', 'Title Case', 'Sentence case', 'Start Case', 'camelCase', 'hyphen-case' and 'snake_case'.

Notes on Letter Cases used to write out in words the number above:

1: Lowercase: only lowercase letters are used. Example: 'seventy-six and two tenths'.


2: Uppercase: only uppercase letters are used. Example: 'SEVENTY-SIX AND TWO TENTHS'.


3. Title Case: first letter of each word is capitalized, except for certain short words, such as articles, conjunctions and short prepositions, 'a', 'an', 'the', 'and', 'but', 'for', 'at', 'by', 'to', 'or', 'in', etc. Example: 'Seventy-Six and Two Tenths'.


4. Sentence case: only the first letter of the first word is capitalized. Example: 'Seventy-six and two tenths'.


5. Start Case: first letter of each word is capitalized without exception. Example: 'Seventy-Six And Two Tenths'.


6. Camel Case: text has no spaces nor punctuation and first letter of each word is capitalized except for the very first letter in the series. Example: 'seventySixAndTwoTenths'.

Pascal Case: See the Camel Case above, but the first letter is also capitalized. Example: 'SeventySixAndTwoTenths'.


7. Hyphen Case: text has no spaces nor punctuation and the words are delimited by hyphen. Example: 'seventy-six-and-two-tenths'. Hyphen Case can be lowercase or uppercase.


8. Snake Case: text has no spaces nor punctuation and the words are delimited by underscore. Example: 'seventy_six_and_two_tenths'. Snake Case can be lowercase or uppercase.


Notes on Writing Out Numbers and Years:

1: It's correct to hyphenate all compound numbers from 'twenty-one' (21) through 'ninety-nine' (99). The hyphen is the minus sign, as in 'thirty-four' (34).


2: In American English, unlike British English, when writing out years of three or more digits, the word 'and' is not used after 'hundred' or 'thousand'; i.e. 963 is written out as 'nine sixty-three' (American English) and not as 'nine hundred and sixty-three' (British English); 2025 is 'two thousand twenty-five' (American English) and not 'two thousand and twenty-five' (British English).


3. Up to 1999 the years are spoken as hundreds, but for shortening, the words 'hundred and' are omitted: i. e. 1999 = 'nineteen (hundred and) ninety-nine' = 'nineteen ninety-nine'.


4. After the year 2000 the years are spoken as normal numbers, but for shortening, in colloquial language, the years are pronounced in groups of two: i. e. 2000 = 'two thousand'; 2001 = 'two thousand (and) one', but also 'twenty oh one'.


5. Do not use commas when writing out in words numbers above 999; i.e. 1234 is "twelve thirty-four" and not "twelve, thirty-four".


6. Do not use commas when writing in digits years above 999; i.e. it is 1234; 1973, 2021, and not 1,234; 1,973, 2,021.


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Converter: Write Out Years in Words in American and British English

Years are converted from numbers to words in (US) American English & (UK) British English using 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;

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