jueves, 29 de noviembre de 2012

Homework * Numbers * C G


My English Homework * Numbers
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How many students are there in your school?
There are around two thousand pupils.

How many computers are there in the lab?
There are between twenty and twenty-four computers.

How many doctors are there in the hospital?
There are about fifty-seven Italian doctors.

At what time do you go to the bank?
I like to go to the bank between nine and ten a.m.

At what time do you do your homework? 
I prefer to do it around 7 p.m., before the TV news.

At what time do you wash your clothes?
I usually wash my clothes at 9 pm.

Why do you like to go to the bank so early?
Because if I go after 1 p.m. the service is too slow.

Why do you do the homework about 7 pm? 
Because I don’t want to miss my favorite TV program.

How often do you call your friends?
I call my friends every two hours.

Where were you yesterday at 4 pm?
I was at the clinic. My husband was sick.

Where was your son last night at 7 pm?
He was taking his piano lesson.

Why didn’t your husband answer my call?
Because he wasn’t after 6 pm. He got a meeting.

How much do you pay for a pair of shoes?
Around $600.°° pesos. (six hundred)

How much do you pay for a laptop?
Between $6,000.°° and $20,000.°° pesos in Mexico.

How much do you pay for a TV?
More than $2,000.°°pesos.


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Cardinal numbers from 1 through 1,000,000
1
one
11
eleven
21
twenty-one
31
thirty-one
2
two
12
twelve
22
twenty-two
40
forty
3
three
13
thirteen
23
twenty-three
50
fifty
4
four
14
fourteen
24
twenty-four
60
sixty
5
five
15
fifteen
25
twenty-five
70
seventy
6
six
16
sixteen
26
twenty-six
80
eighty
7
seven
17
seventeen
27
twenty-seven
90
ninety
8
eight
18
eighteen
28
twenty-eight
100
a/one hundred
9
nine
19
nineteen
29
twenty-nine
1,000
a/one thousand
10
ten
20
twenty
30
thirty
1,000,000
a/one million


Ordinal Numbers from 1 through 1,000,000
1
st
first
11
th
eleventh
21
st
twenty-first
31
st
thirty-first
2
nd
second
12
th
twelfth
22
nd
twenty-second
40
th
fortieth
3
rd
third
13
th
thirteenth
23
rd
twenty-third
50
th
fiftieth
4
th
fourth
14
th
fourteenth
24
th
twenty-fourth
60
th
sixtieth
5
th
fifth
15
th
fifteenth
25
th
twenty-fifth
70
th
seventieth
6
th
sixth
16
th
sixteenth
26
th
twenty-sixth
80
th
eightieth
7
th
seventh
17
th
seventeenth
27
th
twenty-seventh
90
th
ninetieth
8
th
eighth
18
th
eighteenth
28
th
twenty-eighth
100
th
one hundredth
9
th
ninth
19
th
nineteenth
29
th
twenty-ninth
1,000
th
one thousandth
10
th
tenth
20
th
twentieth
30
th
thirtieth
1,000,000
th
one millionth

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