One thousand, one hundred and ninety three: how to say numbers (1)

About Words - Cambridge Dictionaries Online blog

by Liz Walter

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In a recent lesson, I discovered that many of my students did not know how to read numbers aloud, especially long numbers. Numbers are a basic part of the language and it can sometimes be very important to say them clearly!

One important thing to remember is that we say and after hundreds, before the tens (20, 30, etc) or units (1, 2, etc):

319: three hundred and nineteen

507: five hundred and seven

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