# SLIDE THE NUMERATION

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When you can write the numbers in letters?
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 Question Answer THE NUMERATION When you can write the numbers in letters? -A number beginning a sentence. Ex: Fifteen cartons were delivered today. Sixteen students passed the course. When you can write the numbers in letters? -Approximate and round numbers. Ex: We expect nearly eighty guests. We registered one hundred students. When you can write the numbers in letters? -Numbers under ten. Ex: We sent nine invitations. Sara bought three blocks. When you can write the numbers in letters? -Ages of people, in years. Ex: Richard is twenty years old. Gloria will be fifteen in May. When you can write the numbers in letters? -Numbers preceding o’clock. Ex: Jim will see you at seven o’ clock. The Director will arrive at ten o’ clock When you can write the ordinal numbers in the sentences? -Dates, when the month is not given. Ex: We received your fax of the third. The boss is leaving on the tenth. When you can write the ordinal numbers in the sentences? -Numbered streets, ten and below.. Ex: Henry lives at 876 Seventh Street. Jean took a bus to Eighth Avenue. When you can write the ordinal numbers in the sentences? -Ordinal numbers. Ex: The patient recovered after the first week.. Our boss returned after the third day. When you can write the ordinal numbers in the sentences? -Centuries and decades. Ex: Cartagena was founded in the fifteenth centuries. The Twentieth Century is gone. When you can write the cardinal numbers in the sentences? -Indefinite amounts of money. Ex: He earns several thousands a year. She paid a couple hundred dollars for it. What to do when two numbers are presented together? -write the larger and spell out the other. Ex: We sold three 7-room apartments. I had to type 8 four-page reports. When you use figures in the sentences? -Numbers referred to as numbers. Ex: Pick a number from 1 to 20. The number 13 is considered unlucky. When you use figures in the sentences? -Numbers in series. Ex: We ordered 5 Cokes, 4 pizzas and 2 pies. He bought 2 shirts, 3 ties and 4 belts. When you use figures in the sentences? -Large numbers. Ex: This English text has 198 pages. We ordered 350 typing books. When you use figures in the sentences? -Ages in days, months and years. Ex: It took 3 days, 4 months and 2 years to build. He was 23 days, 2 months and 88 years when he died. When you use figures in the sentences? -Use figures with a.m. or p.m. Ex: Harry will meet us at 4:00 p.m. he meeting starts at 4:15 sharp. When you use figures in the sentences? -Dates, when the month is given. Ex: We received your letter of June 3. We sent you a fax on October 5. When you use figures in the sentences? -Numbered streets, above ten. Ex: Deliver this to 655 62nd Avenue. We live at 6601 S.W. 30th St. When you use figures in the sentences? -Quantities used with percent. Ex: Prices will be raised 4% in August. When you use figures in the sentences? -Historical years and dates. Ex:The Colombo was founded in 1962. When you use figures in the sentences? -Exact amounts of money. Ex: Richard bought a watch for \$456,

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