Lesson 21: Numbers

Lesson 21: Numbers

 Numbers

ones tens hundreds
  1. one
  2. two
  3. three
  4. four
  5. five
  6. six
  7. seven
  8. eight
  9. nine
  1. ten
  2. twenty
  3. thirty
  4. forty
  5. fifty
  6. sixty
  7. seventy
  8. eighty
  9. ninety
  1. one hundred
  2. two hundred
  3. three hundred
  4. four hundred
  5. five hundred
  6. six hundred
  7. seven hundred
  8. eight hundred
  9. nine hundred

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.

 

Ordinal Numbers

number ordinal number
  1. one
  2. two
  3. three
  4. four
  5. five
  6. six
  7. seven
  8. eight
  9. nine
  10. ten
  11. eleven
  12. twelve
  13. thirteen
  14. fourteen
  15. fifteen
  16. sixteen
  17. seventeen
  18. eighteen
  19. nineteen
  20. twenty
  21. twenty-one
  22. twenty-two
  23. twenty-three
  24. twenty-four
  25. twenty-five
  26. twenty-six
  27. twenty-seven
  28. twenty-eight
  29. twenty-nine
  30. thirty

40. forty

50. fifty

60. sixty

70. seventy

80. eighty

90. ninety

100. hundred

1000. thousand

  1. first
  2. second
  3. third
  4. fourth
  5. fifth
  6. sixth
  7. seventh
  8. eighth
  9. ninth
  10. tenth
  11. eleventh
  12. twelfth
  13. thirteenth
  14. fourteenth
  15. fifteenth
  16. sixteenth
  17. seventeenth
  18. eighteenth
  19. nineteenth
  20. twentieth
  21. twenty-first
  22. twenty-second
  23. twenty-third
  24. twenty-fourth
  25. twenty-fifth
  26. twenty-sixth
  27. twenty-seventh
  28. twenty-eighth
  29. twenty-ninth
  30. thirtieth

40. fortieth

50. fiftieth

60. sixtieth

70. seventieth

80. eightieth

90. ninetieth

100. hundredth

1000. thousandth

Quiz

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)

 

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