"¿Recuerdas el año dos mil diez?"
Translation:Do you remember the year two thousand and ten?
Yep, but I believe two thousand and ten is more British way of spelling. So technically both are correct.
Two thousand ten (American)
Two thousand and ten (British).
Anyway, Duo does accept
Do you remember the year 2010? as well.
I think technically "and" is reserved for a decimal point, as in 200 and 45 hundredths (200.45) and not used between the places to the left of the decimal, as in two thousand "and" ten (2010). I don't think the "and" should be used here.
I would never ever say two thousand and ten. The number is spoken two thousand ten. Period.
Mr Cherlin.. AGREE! Maybe if the question were: dos mil Y diez? 15Jun18
In English it is incorrect to say two thousand AND ten. The proper form for numbers omits the AND unless you are adding numbers or speaking about two different entities.
In my experience, those who speak British dialect are wont to add in "and" into number names. It is so frequent, that I think that they would consider that form as correct and proper.