When the numbers six, dix, etc. quantify a noun, such as in six minutes, dix bananes, the final s sound disappears.
What about when these numbers indicate dates of a month, such as in six janvier, dix mars, etc.?
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There are actually three possible situations, depending mainly on the word following six or dix:
To take in consideration: according to the region of France you live in, liaisons and pronunciation of a final letter are subject to change; in the south, people are more up to pronounce the final x of six & dix as an s, less in the northern half; there are even some regions (more in the north-eastern country) where the final t in vingt is being pronounced(but not the g), which always surprises me.