Beginning English -
Lesson 10 - Shopping
This page: Numbers 1- 1000, How to describe prices in English, Phrases used in stores
Pages in this lesson: Vocabulary - Grammar - Listening - Dialogue - Reading - Pronunciation - Dictation - Game
|1 - one||11 - eleven||21 - twenty-one *||31 - thirty-one|
|2 - two||12 - twelve||22 - twenty-two||(etc.)|
|3 - three||13 - thirteen||23 - twenty-three||40 - forty|
|4 - four||14 - fourteen||24 - twenty-four||50 - fifty|
|5 - five||15 - fifteen||25 - twenty-five||60 - sixty|
|6 - six||16 - sixteen||26 - twenty-six||70 - seventy|
|7 - seven||17 - seventeen||27 - twenty-seven||80 - eighty|
|8 - eight||18 - eighteen||28 - twenty-eight||90 - ninety|
|9 - nine||19 - nineteen||29 - twenty-nine||100 - one hundred|
|10 - ten||20 - twenty||30 - thirty||1000 - one thousand|
* Use a hyphen between the tens and ones positions.
There are two ways to describe a price.
1) $2.50 = Two dollars and fifty cents
2) $2.50 = Two fifty
Write the prices in the long way.
Put the parts of the dialogue in order. Write the number in the text box to indicate the order. Click on the CHECK button when you finish entering all of the numbers.
Select the correct word.
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