The international standard recommends writing the date as year, then month, then the day: YYYY-MM-DD. So if both the Australian and American used this, they would both write the date as 2019-02-03.
How do you write dates grammatically correct?
When writing in American English, the right way to write a date is: May 1, 2016. The month always comes before the date and year. But, in a statement, you have to use ordinal numbers first and write. For example: The seminar will be held on the third of May 2016.
What is the legal way to write the date?
The United States is one of the few countries that use “mm-dd-yyyy” as their date format–which is very very unique! The day is written first and the year last in most countries (dd-mm-yyyy) and some nations, such as Iran, Korea, and China, write the year first and the day last (yyyy-mm-dd).
How do you write the day and date in English?
The international standard recommends writing the date as year, then month, then the day: YYYY-MM-DD.