Please let me know if there is something wrong in the following examples:
- am 12. April 1961 – am zwölften April, neunzehnhunderteinsundsechzig Jahre
- mit 35 Jahren – mit fünfunddreißig Jahren
- 3600 Meter – dreitausendsechshundert Meter
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I guess you want to write down the digits into letters.
Regarding the date: This is mostly correct – but "Jahre" must not be mentioned explicitly. It’s simply:
"am zwölften April neunzehnhunderteinundsechzig".
By the way, the "eins" (1) in the spelled-out version is shortened to "ein" (without the s). For example:
71 : "einundsiebzig"
not "einsundsiebzig". This applies to two-digit-numbers in general.
The rest are all correct.