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Number class for my banking students.

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Numbers

  1. 1. NUMBERS<br />
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  3. 3. Teens and ty’s<br />
  4. 4. Mobiles 3002125009<br />Office phone 3380666 ext 118<br />International calls (57) 1 6727642<br />What’syourtelephonenumber?<br />What’syourphonenumber?<br />Phonenumbers<br />
  5. 5. Local address<br />Calle, Carrera, Transversal, Diagonal… are given in Spanishbutreadthenumbers in English<br />Foreignaddress<br />Street, Avenue, Road… are given in English<br />1 Yale Street<br />90210 Beverly Hills<br />Address<br />
  6. 6. Apartments: 304<br />Office: 3812, 201<br />Jailcell: 218 B<br />Classroom: 2302 K<br />Stadium: <br />Theater: <br />Cinema<br />Rooms<br />
  7. 7. Cop 4500<br />USD 23.50 Twenty-threedollarsfifty (cents)<br />€ 12.05 Twelve euros five(cents)<br />£ 11.20 Eleven poundstwenty(pence)<br />¥ 100.75 A hundred yens seventy-five<br />Currency<br />Note: Always include a comma when writing figures with five or more digits. For example, "$20,245" or "1,760,450.00.”<br />
  8. 8. Wednesday, February 23, 2011<br />Saint Valentine<br />Christmas<br />Independence day<br />When is your birthday?<br />What day is today?<br />What’s the date?<br />Dates<br />
  9. 9. 55 b.C.Fifty-fivebeforeChrist<br />123 a.d.Onetwenty-threeafterdead<br />1201 Twelve O one<br />1600 Sixteenhundred<br />1999 Nineteenninety-nine<br />2000 Twothousand<br />2011 Twothousand eleven<br />Years<br />
  10. 10. Time<br />What time isit?<br />It’s…<br />What time istheprogram?<br />It’s at…<br />12:00<br />1:30<br />2:15<br />4:20<br />6:40<br />8:45<br />2:55<br />9:05<br />Onethirty<br />Twofifteen<br />Fourtwenty<br />Noon<br />Halfpastone<br />A quarterpasttwo<br />Twentypastfour<br />Sixforty<br />Eightforty-five<br />Twofiftyfive<br />Twentytoseven<br />A quartertonine<br />Fivetothree<br />
  11. 11. ⅓ a third<br />⅔ Twothird<br />⅕ a fifth<br />⅚ fivesixth<br />⅜ ⅝ ⅞<br />FractionalNumbers<br />
  12. 12. 1st First<br />2nd Second<br />3rd Third<br />4th Fourth<br />5th Fifth<br />6th Sixth<br />7th Seventh<br />8th Eighth<br />9th Ninth<br />10th Tenth<br />11th Eleventh<br />12th Twelfth<br />20th Twentieth<br />21st Twenty-first<br />Ordinal Numbers<br />Floors<br />Dates <br />Thetwenty-secondistheexam… but<br />OnFebruarytwenty-twoistheexam<br />Streets<br />Centuries<br />Positions<br />Note: Use ordinal numberswhentheycontainonlyoneword; secondfloor, tenth grade, twentiethcentury. Use numeralsfortheothers; 21st Century, 43rd floor<br />
  13. 13. Pi: threepointone, four, one, five, nine,two… <br />3.141592<br />Twopointnine,six<br />2.96<br />Threequarters<br />Zeropointseven, five<br />0.75<br />Fivequarters<br />Onepointtwo, five<br />1.25<br />Decimals<br />Zeropointo,o, o,one<br />0.0001<br />

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