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I want to create a custom tshirt design with one of this sentences :

I'm happy today because I was born in Juni 30

I'm so happy because I was born in Juni 30

[The Situation]
I want him to wear the shirt on his birthday. But on the other hand, I also want him to keep wearing his shirts on other days. Therefore, I didn't make a sentence like "I am happy today because it is Juni 30" that looks not suitable for wear at other days.

Are these two sentences correct? or do you have any other sentence suggestions for the situation?

  • Did you mean June or July? – SovereignSun Jun 28 '18 at 5:14
  • @SovereignSun It's June (in German I suppose). – user3169 Jun 28 '18 at 5:27
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    The second one, because you are not restricting "happy" (happiness) to today or any particular day. Also, we would say on June 30" or "on June 30th", with June in English since you are writing that way after all. – user3169 Jun 28 '18 at 5:30
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There are several problems with your example:

  1. The 6th month of the year is called June, not Juni.

  2. We say we are born on a certain date, not in it.

  3. In a displayed message like this, we usually want the words to be as big as possible, so we use as few words as possible to express a message. On a tee-shirt it's obvious the phrase refers to the person wearing the shirt, so we can eliminate the subject. For example, a shirt might just say something like

Happy to be born June 30

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It's rather odd to wear such a shirt, I know I wouldn't, but there can be many ways to phrase your idea, the sentence in the title does make sense, you can keep it.

One way to do it is to make up a slogan.

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