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How do I write in Hebrew for a Ketubah, "On the first day of the week, the thirtieth day of Adar I in the year fifty-seven seventy one"?

Question was asked by Stephen Spiegel, I'm just posting it here as its own question instead of a comment.

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Who is Stephen Spiegel? – Double AA Nov 27 '13 at 5:59

Assuming it's a leap year (i.e. there's both Adar I and Adar II),

בראשון בשבת שלושים יום לחדש אדר הראשון שהוא ראש חודש לאדר השני שנת חמשת אלפים ושבע מאות ושבעים ואחד

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Why wouldn't we write באחד בשבת like by Gittin (ShA EH 126:3)? – Double AA Nov 27 '13 at 6:01

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