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Learn Numbers in English


Learn Numbers in English

Learning numbers in English can be a challenging task for those who are new to the language, but it is also an essential step for mastering basic communication. Our post is designed to help you learn numbers in English in an easy and efficient way. We provide a comprehensive guide that includes a list of numbers and their meanings, as well as examples of how they are used in sentences. We also offer tips and tricks to help you remember the numbers and use them correctly in conversation. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced learner, our post on numbers in English will help you to improve your language skills and communicate more effectively. With our help, you’ll be counting like a native English speaker in no time.

One, two, buckle my shoe
Three, four, shut the door
Five, six, pick up sticks
Seven, eight, lay them straight
Nine, ten, a big fat hen

Eleven, twelve – dig and delve,
Thirteen, fourteen – couples courting,
Fifteen, sixteen – mice in the kitchen,
Seventeen, eighteen – I’m still waiting,
Nineteen, twenty – my plate’s empty.

Numbers from 0 – 10

Numbers from 11 – 103

0: Zero
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
31: Thirty One
32: thirty two
33: thirty three
34: thirty four
35: thirty five
36: thirty six
37: thirty seven
38: thirty eight
39: thirty nine

40: forty
41: forty One
42: forty Two
43: forty Three
44: forty Four
45: forty Five
46: forty six
47: forty Seven
48: forty Eight
49: forty Nine

50: fifty
51: fifty one
52: fifty two
53: fifty three
54: fifty four
55: fifty five
56: fifty six
57: fifty seven
58: fifty eight
59: fifty nine

60: sixty
61: sixty one
62: sixty two
63: sixty three
64: sixty four
65: sixty five
66: sixty six
67: sixty seven
68: sixty eight
69: sixty nine

70: seventy
71: seventy One
72: seventy two
73: seventy three
74: seventy four
75: seventy five
76: seventy six
77: seventy seven
78: seventy eight
79: seventy nine

80: eighty
81: eighty One
82: eighty two
83: eighty three
84: eighty four
85: eighty five
86: eighty six
87: eighty seven
88: eighty eight
89: eighty nine

90: ninety
91: ninety One
92: ninety two
93: ninety three
94: ninety four
95: ninety five
96: ninety six
97: ninety seven
98: ninety eight
99: ninety nine

100: One hundred
101: One hundred (and) one
102: One hundred (and) two
103: One hundred (and) three
104: One hundred (and) four
105: One hundred (and) five
106: One hundred (and) six
107: One hundred (and) seven
108: One hundred (and) eight
109: One hundred (and) nine 

+ : Plus

: Minus

x: Times

/: Divided by

= : Equals


Some Interesting Facts about numbers

I have ten fingers on my hands and ten toes on my feet.
There are eleven players on a cricket team.
There are twelve months in a year.
In the UK thirteen is an unlucky number.
There are fourteen days in a fortnight.
Three times five is fifteen.
If you sleep eight hours a day, then you are awake for sixteen hours a day.
In the Harry Potter series, seventeen is the coming of age for wizards.
There are eighteen holes in a round of golf.
Nineteen is the atomic number of potassium.
If you add up all my fingers and toes it comes to twenty.
There are thirty days in the months of April, June, September, and November.
The expression “forty winks“, means a short sleep.
The phrase “fifty-fifty” commonly expresses something divided equally into two.
There are 60 seconds in a minute and 60 minutes in an hour.
In the Bible, a man’s life was said to span 70 (3 score years and ten).
At birth, water accounts for approximately 80 percent of an infant’s body weight.
The interior angles of a square measure 90 degrees each.
A century often abbreviated as the Roman Numeral C is a hundred years.
Water boils at 100° centigrade.


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