Mid-June versus middle of June

Mid-June versus middle of June

Posted by Grant Richardson, 22nd May, 2015

For describing a point in time roughly half-way through a month, you can use, for example:

the middle of June



To me, “mid-June” sounds more business-like (clear and concise). It also sounds more like an actual point in time rather than an approximate part of a larger period. So, I would tend to use it if I wanted to sound more professional.

Common error

The following is incorrect:

mid of June

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