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Practice 2. Dates in American English (Basic, A-Level)

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Based on this lesson, write how you need to say each date.

Example: June 10 - June tenth

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1. April 5

April fifth

2. March 17

March seventeenth

3. October 1

October first

4. December 25

December twenty-fifth

5. January 1

January first

6. March 3, 2013

March third, ,twenty thirteen

7. February 3, 1960

February third, nineteen sixty

8. April 1, 2005

April first, two thousand five

9. January 13, 1973

January thirteenth, nineteen seventy-three

10. July 4, 1776

July fourth, seventeen seventy-six





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