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  • 1. NES 第 6 回 Group lesson Reading whole numbers & Useful Idioms #1
  • 2. Reading Whole Numbers
    • Read the numbers with each place value:
    • 1,000 one thousand
    • 10,000 ten thousand
    • 100,000 one-hundred thousand
    • 1,000,000 one million
    • 10,000,000 ten million
    • 100,000,000 one-hundred million
    • 1,000,000,000 one billion
  • 3. Reading Big Whole Numbers
    • Two-hundred thirty-four billion
    • Five-hundred twenty million
    • Two-hundred forty six thousand
    • Nine-hundred seventy eight.
  • 4. Now try these!
    • 355,645
    • 16,006,002
    • 25,000,000,000
    • three hundred fifty five thousand, six hundred forty five
    • sixteen millions, six thousand, two
    • twenty five billion
  • 5. Numerical Expressions
    • Using ‘ and’ (common in British English)
    • 2,350,400 => two million three hundred and fifty thousand four hundred
    • 22,005= twenty two thousand and five
    • 450,302= forty five hundred thousand three hundred and two
    • *used between hundreds
    • Reading Decimals
    • 2.36=>two point three six
    • Reading Percentages
    • 37%=>thirty seven percent
  • 6. Reading Years
    • The year 1700
    • In the 1800s
    • Albert Einstein was born in 1882
    • 1992
    • in the summer of ’78 (1978)
    • 2000
    • 2008
    • 2012
    • Seventeen hundred
    • Eighteen hundreds
    • Eighteen eighty-two
    • Nineteen ninety-two
    • Seventy eight
    • Two thousand
    • Two thousand and eight
    • Twenty-twelve
  • 7. Idioms lesson #1
    •   Greek : 
    • ἰδίωμα – idiōma , " special phrasing“
    • Words or Phrases that have an unusual grammar, or unusual / different meaning from the literal definition.
    • It’s raining cats and dogs = It’s raining a lot.
  • 8. Seven useful idioms
    • Up to you
    • Dream
    • Have a feeling
    • A breeze
    • In the cards
    • Drop by/in
    • See eye to eye
  • 9.
    • Up to you = It’s your decision to make
    • A: Where do you want to go eat?
    • B: It’s up to you .
    • dream = perfect, ideal
    • I went on a dream vacation to Bali last year.
    • Have a feeling = to think something without being sure
    • I have a feeling you’re surgery will go very well.
    • A breeze = something that is easy. Needs little effort.
    • The listening test was difficult but the reading test was a breeze .
  • 10.
    • In the cards = likely to happen
    • I have three major projects to oversee at work. I don’t think a winter vacation is in the cards for me this year.
    • Drop in/ by = to visit casually
    • My former co-worker dropped by the office yesterday. It was to see her and hear about her new job.
    • See eye to eye = to agree
    • My sister and I have very different personalities. We don’t see eye to eye about many subjects.
  • 11.