How to say dates.

Derek Rogers asked 12 months ago

You say in the lesson:
“The day is then always in the nominative form and the ordinal number that determines the month is in the genitive (sometimes in the nominative), for example:
Dziś jest czwartek, ósmego/ósmy stycznia dwa tysiące czternastego roku.
Today is Thursday, the eighth of January twenty fourteen.”
This is surely not right. “ósmego/ósmy” is not the ordinal that determines the month, it’s the ordinal that determines which day of the month.
When is it genitive and when is it nominative?

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