How to write and spell dates including a Month and Time in a sentence Almost all resources split sentences by only month, only time and only a day. How can I say a sentence containing a month/date and a time in AmE, for example: I'm arriving ... Jan 13, 20:11 ... Are you available ... tomorrow at 11:33... I'll be off ... May 1, 9:50...
May 1, 2016 10:44 AM
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No preposition if you use "tomorrow". The other examples refer to a day, so you use "on" (yes, I realise the next word after "on" is a month, but we still use that preposition). You still put "at" before the clock times.
May 1, 2016
I am arriving on January 31st at 8:11 am/pm Tomorrow, are you available at 11:30 ? or Are you available at 11:33? I'll be off on May 1st
May 1, 2016
① I'm arriving at 20:11 on Jan 13. ②Are you available ... tomorrow at 11:33...( Or are you available ... at 11:33 tomorrow) ③I'll be off ... at 9:50, (on) May 1, ...
May 1, 2016
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