Reading numbers above 100:
When reading numbers above 100, read the number in the hundred position, and then the two numbers after it. For example, 125 is read, one hundred twenty-five.
341: three hundred forty-one.
965: nine hundred sixty-five
603: six hundred three.
Directions: Use the correct form of the number for each sentence or question. Write the answers in your notebook.
1. We went to Florida for the __________ time. (one / first)
2. She turns ___________ next week. ( thirteen / thirteenth)
3. The runner finished in __________ place. (two / second)
4. I’ve already reminded you ___________ times. (three / third)
5. They celebrate the holiday on the ___________ of January. (nineteen / nineteenth)
6. This is his ___________ year at that company. (twenty / twentieth)
7. Please, for the __________ time, stop fighting! (hundred / hundredth)
8. The team scored only __________ point in the second quarter. (one / first)
9. This quiz is worth __________ points. (twenty / twentieth)
10. Their daughter is _________ years old. (five / fifth)
11. Jeremy is in his __________ year in college. (four / fourth)
12. Mary had her __________ child last year. (three / third)
13. The __________ century was an interesting time in England. (nineteen / nineteenth)
14. May I have a __________ helping of food, please? (two / second)
15. The Prime Minister of England lives at __________ Downing Street. (10 / 10th)
16. You will only get __________ warning before you get a ticket. (one / first)
17. Bob and Linda will celebrate __________ years of marriage this weekend. (forty / fortieth)
18. There are __________ days in January. (thirty-one / thirty-first)
19. The last day of the month of January is the __________. (thirty-one / thirty-first)
20. A __________-hour movie can be hard to sit through unless it’s very interesting. (three / third)