Discussion in 'English Only' started by novice_81, Dec 29, 2009.
The year 2010.
--- Will you read it "two-thousand (and) ten" or "twenty ten"?
Both, and I'll be using the first one.
I see. Thanks.
Both, and I'll be using the second one.
See panj's "frequently raised topics" section in the sticky at the top of EO: Years - Saying years- how to speak, pronounce, year numbers such as 1600, 1700, ...
Thanks novice - this thread will, I hope, act as the pointer for other 2010 enquirers, saving them from feeling the need to start a new one
The BBC version is twenty ten.
Separate names with a comma.