|0||zero, oh, nought||20||twenty|
|2||two||22. etc.||twenty-two, etc.|
|8||eight||100||a or one hundred|
|9||nine||101||a or one hundred and one, etc.|
|10||ten||1000||a or one thousand|
|11||eleven||1.000.000||a or one million|
|12||twelve||567||five hundred and sixty-seven.|
|13||thirteen||234.567||two hundred and thirty-four thousand,|
|14||fourteen||five hundred and sixty-seven.|
|15||fifteen||3.234.567||three million, two hundred and thirty-four|
|16, etc.||sixteen, etc.||thousand, five hundred and sixty-seven|
1/3 = a third or one-third.But observe thee two important exceptions :
5/8 = five-eighths.
7/20 = seven-twentieths.
½ -- a (one) half, commonly shortened to half.Like the word part, the name of a fraction is linked by of to the name of the whole to which it relates : two-thirds of the amount. With half used alone, however, of is generally omitted before nouns : half the amount ; and is always omitted in forming measuring terms : half an hour.
¼ -- though it may be called one-fourth, is usually called a (one) quarter.
2 + 2 is expressed as two and two, and to 'add two and two' is to make the addition of two and two. The process itself is named addition. 4 - 3 is expressed as three from four, and to 'subtract three from four' is to take three from four. 5 × 6 is expressed as five times six, and to 'multiply five by six' is to take five times six. 18 ÷ 6 is expressed as six into eighteen, and to 'divide eighteen by six' is to make division of eighteen by six. The process itself is named division. = is expressed as is equal to or, simply, is. For the result of addition make is also used (two and two make four), and for that, of division, we say five goes into sixteen three times with one over.
1 . Ordinal numbers are abbreviated as follows : 1st , 2nd , 3rd , 4th , 5th , 6th , etc.
and said as : first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth etc.
|(a)||4 x 9 =||(e)||5 + 3 + 7 =|
|(b)||5 + 6 + 2 =||(f)||8 × 12 =|
|(c)||8 + 6 - 4 =||(g)||33 ÷ 3 =|
|(d)||23 × 2 =||(h)||2 + 7 - 9 =|
|(a) care||(e) iron|
|(b) strong||(f) mark|
|(c) relation||(g) over|
|(d) living||(h) tea|
|(a) income||(e) out of order|
|(b) outskirts||(f) give way to|
|(c) unprotestingly||(g) make up|
|(a) clearing||(d) ironing|
|(b) valued||(e) watched|
|(c) lined||(f) crying|
|(a) What is Mrs. Smith's opinion about tea ?|
|(b) What answer does Mr. Smith give to Mrs. Smith when she is shocked a the amount of money he gives for tobacco?|
|(c) Who is there in the Smith family?|
|(d) Give a short account of the place where the Smiths are living.|
|(e) How does Jim make money?|
|(f) Mr. Smith makes up stories for his small daughter. What are some of them about?|
|(g) How does Mr. Smith make a living and why is his income uncertain?|
|(h) Give an account of Mrs. Smith's day.|
|(i) Why is thee sometimes a sound of crying when Joan is dressing Molly?|
|(j) Why are Jim and his sisters sometimes late in starting for school?|
|(k) What does Mr. Smith have to do when he comes back at night?|
|(l) Why is Mrs. Smith not very happy?|