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In U.S. English, we would omit the "and" for quantity and for the year.
2001 = Two thousand one
2002 = Two thousand two
2010 = Two thousand ten
2011 = Two thousand eleven
I agree with arkelanor and NorthWestTwo that some people say "twenty ten," "twenty eleven," etc., while others say, "two thousand ten," "two thousand eleven," etc. It seems that no universal standard has spread throughout the country, and everyone just pronounces it as it pleases him or her.
For the years 2001-2009, I frequently heard radio announcers say "twenty oh one," "twenty oh two," etc, but it sounded terrible, and most people said "two thousand (one, two, three, etc.)" - Wordreference