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Differences in Historiography Between American and British English

First, let's look at the months of the year:


January – January


February – February


March – March


April – April


May – May


June – June


July – July


August – August


September – September


October – October


November – November


December – December


In English, month names always start with a capital letter: August (August), not august.


When writing dates, these names for months are often abbreviated. You will often encounter three-letter forms: Jan, Feb, Dec, etc.


DIFFERENCES IN AMERICAN AND ENGLISH HISTORY WRITING AND PRONUNCIATION


BRITISH ENGLISH


Written : 6 May 2016


Pronunciation: “the sixth of May”


US ENGLISH


Written by: November 7, 2015


Pronunciation: "November seventh"


Choose one of these forms and always use it in your English speaking and writing. This will show you how well you know English.

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