I got no where else to ask this question.

Discussion in 'Test Forum' started by Gaeko, Apr 24, 2009.

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  1. Gaeko
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    Hi,

    Before I post this, I really gotta say that I'm sorry for posting such
    an OFF TOPIC question. I couldn't find the right place to post this, since this is an off topic question, so I am posting it in the 'Test Forum'

    The question is, Can you please tell me all ways to present 'March 18'?
    (e.g. March 18th, 18th of March etc)

    I'm really sorry for asking this non-sense question. I am using English as my foreign language.
    If you are a native speaker of English, a little help is appreciated.

    Thanks!

    Regards
    Gaeko

    P.S. If this thread is closed, due to my foolishness, can you please give me a message?
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  2. stapp
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    stapp Global Moderator

    18th March, March 18th and 18th of March.

    18/3/09 (English way)

    3/18/09 (American way)
  3. Gaeko
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    Thanks! :D
    Is that all?
    I think I heard something like 18th in March... :doubt:
    Thanks again!
  4. stapp
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    stapp Global Moderator

    Only other ones I can think of is the 18th day of March, and the 18th day of the third month.
  5. Joeythedude
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    Joeythedude Registered Member

    You could say " the 18th day in march" as well.
    I'm glad english is my first language - its so full of odd stuff !
  6. Gaeko
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    Thank you all!
    I really appreciate it. :D
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