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NUMBERS AND TELLING TIMES

Meeting 2

BAHASA INGGRIS I
DEPNI LELIANI SITUMORANG
STIKES WIDYA NUSANTARA PALU

NUMBERS • CARDINAL NUMBERS • ORDINAL NUMBERS • SUMS/MULTIPLICATIVE NUMBERS • FRACTION NUMBERS • DECIMALS • SQUARED/CUBED/TO THE POWER OF .

CARDINAL NUMBERS • 0 Nought 11 eleven • 1 one 12 twelve • 2 two 13 thirteen • 3 three14 fourteen • 4 four 15 fifteen • 5 five 16 sixteen • 6 six17 seventeen • 7 seven 18 eighteen • 8 eight 19 nineteen • 9 nine 20 twenty • 10 ten 100 one hundred .

nine hundred and sixty-three • 2.• 101 one hundred and one • 1.000 one billion • 1.803 one thousand.963 one thousand.000.000 one thousand • 10.000.000 ten thousand • 100.840 two thousand.000 one million • 1.000.000one hundred thousand • 1. eight hundred and three • 1. eight hundred and forty .

separate the four numbers into two pairs of two: 1965 = "nineteen sixty-five" 1871 = "eighteen seventy-one" 1999 = "nineteen ninety-nine" • For the decade 2001 – 2010.• Years For years up until 2000. you say "two thousand and —-" when speaking British English: 2001 = "two thousand and one" 2009 = "two thousand and nine" .

ORDINAL NUMBERS • 1st first 11th eleventh • 2ndsecond 12th twelfth • 3rd Third 13th thirteenth • 4th fourth 14th fourteenth • 5th fifth 15th fifteenth • 6th sixth 16th sixteenth • 7th seventh 17th seventeenth • 8th eighth 18th eighteenth • 9th ninth 19th nineteenth • 10th tenth20th twentieth .

all the rest numbers added with th except 11.• Every numbers ending with: 1 should be added with st. 12. and 3 added with rd.13 • 1st 21st 41st • 2nd 22nd 42nd • 3rd 23rd 43rd • 11th 31st 101st • 12th 32nd 102nd • 13th 33rd 103rd . 2 added with nd.

• I sit the fifth chair from the lecturer. • I am the second child of three. • I am the first semester now. • Today is fourteenth of September 2015 • Today is September fourteenth 2015 . grades and dates.• Ordinal numbers are usually used to say class.

FRACTION NUMBERS • 1/8 One eighth • 1/ One fifth 5 • 1/ One quarter 4 • 3/ Three quarters 4 • 1/ One third 3 • 2/ Two thirds 3 • 1/ One half 2 .

SUM/MULTIPLICATIVE NUMBERS 1x once 2x twice 3x three times 4x four times 5x five times 10x ten times 20x twenty times .

2 x 2 ÷ 2.5=4 (One and six take away two times two divided by two point five is four • 10% 100=10 Ten percent of one hundred equals ten. point • % percent • 1 + 6 .minus(take away) • X times(multiplied by) • : divided by • = equals (is) • .• + plus(and) • . .

For example: • 1.5% = "one point five percent" 0.36 = one point three six . The numbers following the dot are pronounced separately. DECIMALS • When pronouncing decimals we use the word "point" to represent the dot.3% = "nought / zero point three percent" • 1.

SQUARED/CUBED/TO THE POWER OF • Square numbers are written 2² = we say "Two squared" = 2 x 2 = Two squared equals four."Two to the power of two equals four." and "Two to the power of three equals eight. • It's much easier to write 2¹² = 4096. • Two to the power of twelve = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 4096." • You can then have "to the power of" any number. • Cubed numbers are written 2³ = We say "Two cubed" = 2 x 2 x 2 = Two cubed equals eight • You can also say "to the power of" . .

" in years 1906 = "Nineteen oh six." 0 = love in tennis 20 ." US English for the 0 = "Zero“ number 0 = nil in football Chelsea 2 Manchester United 0 = "Chelsea two Manchester United nil.02 = "Nine point oh two.0 When we use it For example:- 0 = oh after a decimal point 9." 0 = zero in temperature 10°C = "10 degrees below zero." in bus or room numbers Room 101 = "Room one oh one." ." 0 = nought before a decimal point 0.0 = "Twenty love." Bus 602 = "Bus six oh two." in phone numbers 9130472 = "Nine one three oh four seven two.06 = "Nought point oh six.

59 night) .00morning to 12 afternoon) • PM: post meridian (12.01afternoon to 11. times only uses 12 hours and differentiated by the use of AM and PM • AM: ante meridian (12. TELLING TIMES In English.

Ways to say times • What time is it? • Can you tell me the time? • What is the time? • 30 menit: a half • 15 menit: a quarter • Lewat: past • Kurang: to • Menit: minute • Minutes always come first then followed by the hour .

• 01.50: it is ten minutes to three • 12.55: it is five minutes to six • 02.45: it is a quarter to one • 12.30: it is a half past one/it is a half to two • 10.20: it is twenty minutes past four • 05.15: it is a quarter past ten • 07.10: it is ten minutes past eleven • 04.45: it is a quarter to eight • 11.55: it is five minutes to one .