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Roles of Education
History - Treaty of Versailles
Relationships in Streetcar
Romeo & Juliet Quotes
Specific Topic 7.3 Timber selection
IMPERFECT TENSE - French
TOEFL English Vocab (A - M)
B3- Science. Cells, Genes and Enzymes.
Animal Farm Chapter Overview

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Visit the link: http://www.grammarbook.com/numbers/numbers.asp There are rules and a quiz http://www.vocabulix.com/grammar/english-numbers.shtml some spelling and two exercises. http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/vocabulary/numbers/cardinal How to say and write numbers in English? Fractions and decimals We say simple fractions like this: 1/8 = one eighth 5/7 = five sevenths2/5 = two fifths3/4 hour = three quarters of an hour More complex fractions are usually expressed by using the word over.218/576 = two hundred and eighteen over five hundred and seventy six We say and write decimals like this: 0.278 = nought point two seven eight (US zero point two seven eight)(NOT nought point two hundred and seventy eight) Nought, zero, nil etc The figure 0 is usually called nought in British English, and zero in American English. When we say numbers one figure at a time, 0 is often called oh. My phone number is nine three two five oh six (= 932506) In measurements of temperature , 0 is called zero in both British and American English. Zero scores in team games are called nil. In tennis and similar games, the word love is used for zero. And the score is: Brazil three, Italy nil.Forty-love: Nadal to serve Telephone numbers Each figure is said separately. There is usually a pause after groups of three or four figures. If the same figure comes twice, British people usually say double.  657 4481  – six five seven, double four eight one (British)- six five seven, four four eight one (US) Roman numbersThe names of kings and queens are still written in Roman numbers. It was built in the time of Louis XIV.Queen Elizabeth IIHenry V Cardinal and ordinal number The numbers one, two, three, four etc., are called cardinal numbers whereas the numbers first, second, third, fourth etc., are called ordinal numbers. Ordinal numbers are used before nouns. After a noun, we use cardinal numbers. the fourth chapter – chapter fourthe third act – Act Three Read more: http://www.englishpractice.com/writing/write-numbers-english/#ixzz2PgLOTtq6 One more useful link: http://www.esldesk.com/vocabulary/numbers