IN / ON
His/her birthday is IN January. / His/her birthday is ON January 21.
MONTHS ----> Capital letters (Uppercase letters)
William Shakespeare was born at Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564, and he died on 23 April 1616.
Dates are expressed by ordinal numbers.
Example: You can write:
31 March 1992
March 10 March 10th 10th of March
10 March 10th March March the 10th.
But you say:
a. Thirty-first of March, nineteen ninety-two (or nineteen hundred and ninety-two).
b. March the tenth./ The tenth of March etc.
BC (= Before Christ) Years before the Christian era.
AD (= Anno Domini, in the year of the Lord) Years dating from the Christian era.
We say: She plays THE guitar/ THE piano...
Question: How old is he/she? How old are you? : .- She/he's twenty years old/ She/he's twenty.
I'm fifteen years old/ I'm fifteen.
Study this point of grammar:
PREFER (doing) something to (doing) something else.
PREFER (to do) something rather than (do) something else.
-I prefer riding to work to walking.
-I prefer to ride to work rather than walk
-I prefer this red car to that green one.