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
Written : 6 May 2016
Pronunciation: “the sixth of May”
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.