Knowing how to read and understand numbers are an essential part of improving your English language skills.
Look in the resources section on learning basic numbers 0-99.
- 100= one hundred
- 1,000= one thousand
- 10,000= ten thousand
- 100,000= one-hundred thousand
- 1,000,000= one million
Reading large numbers:
- 346= three hundred forty-six
- 739= seven hundred thirty-nine
- 4,692= four thousand six-hundred ninety-two
- 8,115= eight thousand one hundred and fifteen
- 34,999= thirty-four thousand nine-hundred ninety-nine
- 58,301= fifty eight thousand, three-hundred one
- 245,279= two hundred forty five thousand two hundred seventy nine
When talking about numbers or the amount of something you will say… ‘How many
- How many eggs are in a dozen?
- How many students are in the class?
- How many people went to the party?
- When talking about money you will use ‘How much…?”
- How much does a box of cookies cost?
- How much do I owe you?
- How much does it cost?
- How much do you make an hour?
- How much did he pay you?
- How much do you pay for car insurance?
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