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Numerals
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ʳ Cardinal  Ordinal  ʳ Cardinal  Ordinal 
1  one  the first  11  eleven  the eleventh 
2  two  the second  12  twelve (a dozen)  the twelfth 
3  three  the third  13  thirteen  the thirteenth 
4  four  the fourth  20  twenty (a score)  the twentieth 
5  five  the fifth  21  twentyone  the twentyfirst 
6  six  the sixth  100  one (a) hundred  the hundredth 
7  seven  the seventh  1000 one (a) thousand  the thousandth 
8  eight  the eighth  
9  nine  the ninth  
10  ten  the tenth 
0  (BrE) nought, (AmE)  zero, (.)  oh
101  one hundred and one (books)
1001  one thousand and one
1235  one thousand two hundred and thirty five = twelve hundred and thirty five
2, 045, 328  two million fortyfive thousand three hundred and twentyeight
^{1}/_{2}  a half (half of a kilometre) ^{1}/_{3}  a third (third of a ton) ^{1}/_{4}  a fourth, a quarter ^{1}/_{5}  a fifth ^{2}/_{3}  two thirds 1 ^{1}/_{2}  one and a half ^{3}/_{4}  three fourths, three quarters  0.2  point two 1.56  one point five six 3.5%  three and half per cent 1%  one per cent 
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* ,  twice * ,  three times *  four times *  four times as high * ...  + fold  *  once *  a pair, a couple *  a dozen *  half a dozen 
The reaction was accelerated tenfold. 10 pai.
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7 + 3 = 10 seven plus (and) three equals (is) ten
9  8 = 1 nine minus eight equals one
10 3 = 30 ten times (multiplied by) three equals (is, makes) thirty
20: 5 = 4 twenty divided by five equals (is) four
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3m x 4m  three meters by four meters
5cm^{3 } five cubic centimetres
60mph  sixty miles an hour (per hour)
5cm^{2}  five square centimetres
50mpg  fifty miles per (to) the gallon
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Tel: 14 07 44 onefourohsevendouble four
in Room 203 = room twoohthree
to take bus 67 = sixty seven
on page 305 = three hundred and five = three [ou] five.
= Before Christ  г , ( ..)


AD = anno domini = (..)
1900  nineteen hundred
1999 AD  nineteen ninety nine [ei di:]
2000  twenty hundred, two thousand [bi: si:]
2002  two thousand (and) two, twenty hundred and two
2015  twenty fifteen
GB: 3^{rd} January 1998 = 3/1/98 = the third of January nineteen ninety eight
US: January 3, 1998 = 1.3.98 = January the third, nineteen ninety eight.
12 ^{00} a.m., 12 ^{00} p.m.
GB  US  Formal  
7.00  seven oclock, seven a.m.  seven hundred hour  
7.03  three past seven  three after seven  seven oh three 
7.15  a quarter past seven  a quarter after seven  seven fifteen 
7.30  half past seven  half after seven  seven thirty 
7.35  twenty five minutes to eight  twenty five minutes before eight  seven thirty  five 
7.57  three minutes to eight  three minutes before eight  seven fiftyseven 
12.00  midday, noon  twelve hundred hours  
midnight  twentyfour hundred hours 
Exercise 31 Read the numerals.
1) 5; 15; 50; 51; 12; 20; 11; 112; 201; 10; 446; 376; 267; 6,000,000; 0.85; 5.3; 0.6; ^{1}/_{3}; 7 ^{1}/_{8}; ^{1}/_{2}; 4 ^{1}/_{4}; 1,234; 1.234.
2) 1,005 students; 5,400,000 coins; 6.75 miles; by bus 9; in room 218; the 3^{rd }time; 506 samples; 4,790 magazines; 627 hryvnias; on page 733; by tram 27; on the 12^{th} day.
3) The 1^{st} of January; on July the 16^{th}, 1661; on August the 2^{nd}, 2002; at the end of 1789; in early 1990s; on June 18, 1997; on December 31, 1991; on the 8^{th} of July; at the beginning of 1770; in late 60s.
4) 5.4 tons; ^{2}/_{3} of an inch; 0.2 pound; 9,152 gallon, 26.5 ounces; ^{4}/_{9} of a mile; 0.1 foot; 7.89 grams.
5) The thirtieth kilometre, the second hour, the eleventh night, the eightieth year, the hundredth passenger, the first day, the sixteenth locomotive, the second proposal, the twentieth coach, the fifth floor.
Exercise 32Change cardinal numerals into ordinal.
6; 60; 7; 8; 18; 82; 9; 19; 91; 12; 100; 103; 300; 425; 705; 2,000; 7,056.
Exercise 33 Translate and read the word combinations.
a) 4 2001; 25 1837; 17 1907; 8 43 . ..; 305 . ..
b) 50 ; 300 ; 61 ; ; ; ; 281 ; ; ; ; .
Dozen, hundred, thousand million s , few several.
Three dozen bottles, a few hundred times, several million pounds
: Weve got dozens (of) bottles. She made millions in the property market.
Exercise 34 Put in dozen(s) (of), hundred(s) (of), thousand(s) (of) or million(s) (of).
1. He had to sign his name five (hundred) times. 2. We export 40 (million) tons a year. 3. I just need to borrow a few (hundred) pounds. 4. Ive told you (million) times. 5. (Thousand) refugees are flooding into the country. 6. Could I have two (dozen) eggs?