In Australia I say "The thirteenth of January, two thousand and seventeen"
And so do I.
Whoa, assuming this is the date this sentence was thought up, this course took a long time to get out.
Tiga belas Januari dua ribu tujuh belas adalah jumat. Kebetulan? Aku kira tidak.
need 'and' between two thousand and seventeen
"Two thousand seventeen" works perfectly fine, but definitely do report the "and" version if it's not accepted.
or: Thirteenth of January two thousand seventeen
The slow version definitely says "Tiga belas Januari dua haribu tujuh belas"
Listen and it#s very clear. HARIBU. Should just be RIBU for "thousand". Is this a variation or a colloquialism?
There are so many variations when it comes to saying the date in English...
Can we add Tanggal here?