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Is It "Two Thousand and Ten" or "Two Thousand Ten"?

By
Mignon Fogarty,

Many people have asked, "When you pronounce the name of a year, do you need the 'and'?"

Either way is correct, but Britons tend to use the "and" and Americans tend to omit it:

    * Two thousand ten (American)
    * Two thousand and ten (British)

The biggest controversy about the year right now is whether it should be called "twenty-ten" or "two thousand ten." I did some research and came to a conclusion in my latest article.

 

 

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