What time is it now? What date is it?
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[Today/It] is Thursday, [the] [22nd/22] of November. It is And now six o'clock.
Today is Thursday, the 22nd of November. It is now six o'clock.
I would suggest saying "Today" and you need a comma after "Thursday". I would suggest saying "the 22nd" of November. The definite article "the" is used for specific things and you are mentioning a specific date. We would used the ordinal number for dates, not cardinal numbers, usually, when discussing them anyway. Cardinal numbers are one, two, three, four, five, six, etc. Ordinal numbers are first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, etc. The abbreviations are 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, etc. So 22nd is the abbrevisastion for the twenty-second of November. Most English grammar style books discourage beginning a sentence with "and", although I admit that not all agree and authors do it all the time. You can do it, but I suggest "It is now six o'clock" or even "It is now 6:00". Remember that there is a hyphen (') between the "o" and the "c" in o'clock.