Question: How do you write the date in French in Canada?

How do French write the date?

In France, the all-numeric form for dates is in the order day month year, using a oblique stroke as the separator. Example: 31/12/1992 or 31/12/92. Years can be written with two or four digits, and numbers may be written with or without leading zero.

Which countries use mm/dd/yyyy Canada?

According to wikipedia, the only countries that use the MM/DD/YYYY system are the US, the Philippines, Palau, Canada, and Micronesia.

Which date format does Canada use?

ISO 8601 is the only format that the Government of Canada and Standards Council of Canada officially recommend for all-numeric dates. However, usage differs with context. All three long forms are used in Canada. For English speakers, MDY (mmmm-dd-yyyy) (example: April 9, 2019) is usually preferred.

How do you write the date and year in French?

In French, the date is written in day month year order, with no commas separating each term. Note that the month is not capitalized. Here are a couple examples (plus the abbreviated version): 4 août 1789 (4/8/1789)

How do you say 2020 in French?

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How is the date written?

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. Writing the date this way avoids confusion by placing the year first.

How do you read 2020 in French?

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