Brittany

Joined: July 12, 2013

Number of comments posted: 6

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Re: Proper use of st, nd, rd, and th — ordinal indicators  •  March 16, 2014, 7:40pm  •  0 vote

@Warsaw Will and judith, I guess that takes away any quarreling people may have about the date format. :)

Re: Proper use of st, nd, rd, and th — ordinal indicators  •  January 23, 2014, 3:03pm  •  0 vote

Judith, I am not sure. My gut tells me it's February 10-16, 2014 instead of adding "th." I have a feeling it would be written "February 10-16, 2014" or "February 10th-16th of 2014."

Re: Proper use of st, nd, rd, and th — ordinal indicators  •  July 13, 2013, 6:08am  •  0 vote

Warsaw Will, I don't really have much in the way of a comment on your post but it does seem that there are many local "standards" for date formats. I always check to see how the form (paper or web) la

Re: Proper use of st, nd, rd, and th — ordinal indicators  •  July 12, 2013, 9:18pm  •  0 vote

Honestly, I have no idea. Maybe someone else knows. I just googled it and nothing of value came up. Nothing with "august 1 card" or "august 1st card" came up, only stuff for something posted on Fox sp

Re: Proper use of st, nd, rd, and th — ordinal indicators  •  July 12, 2013, 9:09pm  •  0 vote

Hi Warsaw Will. I have no problem with anybody wanting to say/write the date as they wish. We are all different and grew up in different places where the norm of the area is just that - the norm of th

Re: Proper use of st, nd, rd, and th — ordinal indicators  •  July 12, 2013, 5:02pm  •  0 vote

I still don't understand why so many people write the date as 31/12/2013 versus our (American) normal way of writing it as 12/31/2013. If we are going to write December 31, 2013 why not keep the date