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Counting Chart: Numbers 1 to 100

1 one 11 eleven 21 twentyone 31 thirtyone 41 fortyone 51 fiftyone 61 sixtyone 2 two 12 twelve 22 twentytwo 32 thirtytwo 42 fortytwo 52 fiftytwo 62 sixtytwo 3 three 4 four 5 five 15 fifteen 25 twentyfive 35 thirtyfive 45 fortyfive 55 fiftyfive 65 sixtyfive 6 six 16 sixteen 26 twentysix 36 thirtysix 46 fortysix 56 fiftysix 66 sixtysix 7 seven 8 eight 9 nine 10 ten 20 twenty 30 thirty 40 forty 50 fifty 60 sixty 70 seventy 80 eighty 90 ninety 100 one hundred 13 14 thirteen fourteen 23 twentythree 33 thirtythree 43 fortythree 53 fiftythree 63 sixtythree 24 twentyfour 34 thirtyfour 44 fortyfour 54 fiftyfour 64 sixtyfour 17 18 19 seventeen eighteen nineteen 27 twentyseven 37 thirtyseven 47 fortyseven 57 fiftyseven 67 sixtyseven 28 twentyeight 38 thirtyeight 48 fortyeight 58 fiftyeight 68 sixtyeight 29 twentynine 39 thirtynine 49 fortynine 59 fiftynine 69 sixtynine

71 72 73 74 75 76 77 seventy- seventy- seventy- seventy- seventy- seventy- seventyone two three four five six seven 81 eightyone 91 ninetyone 82 eightytwo 92 ninetytwo 83 eightythree 93 ninetythree 84 eightyfour 94 ninetyfour 85 eightyfive 95 ninetyfive 86 eightysix 96 ninetysix 87 eightyseven 97 ninetyseven

78 79 seventy- seventyeight nine 88 eightyeight 98 ninetyeight 89 eightynine 99 ninetynine

One, two, buckle my shoe Three, four, shut the door Five, six, pick up sticks Seven, eight, lay them straight Nine, ten, a big fat hen Here are some other cardinal numbers you need to remember for counting:

0 Zero 1 One 10 Ten 100 One hundred 1,000 One thousand 1,000,000 One million 1,000,000,000 One billion One, two, buckle my shoe Three, four, shut the door Five, six, pick up sticks Seven, eight, lay them straight Nine, ten, a big fat hen Here are some other cardinal numbers you need to remember for counting: 0 1 10 100 1,000 1,000,000 1,000,000,000 Zero One Ten One hundred One thousand One million One billion

Ordinal Numbers
The numbers you use to talk about the order of things are called "ordinal numbers", for eample: My horse came in first. I was the fifth person in line. Here are the first ten ordinal numbers: First Second Third Fourth Fifth 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Sixth 6th Seventh 7th Eighth 8th Ninth 9th Tenth 10th

Multiples
Sometimes numbers aren't expressed in cardinal or ordinal numbers. Here are a few examples: Half (1/2) Single (1) Double (x2) Triple (x3) Quadruple (x4) A pair/couple (2) A few (2 or 3) Several (more than 3) A dozen (12) A half dozen (6)

Numbers for Mathematics


Can you add, subtract, and do your multiplication tables in English? Before you can do the math you need to understand the question. Learning English for math means learning numbers, words, and symbols. Addition: 1+2=3 Five plus three equals eight. One and six is seven. Subtraction: 7-6=1 Three minus two equals one. Eighteen subtract four is fourteen. Multiplication: 5 x 6 = 30 Seven times three equals twenty-one. Two multiplied by three is twelve. Division: 93=3 Six divided by three equals two. Five goes into fifteen three times.
The short form of "mathematics" in British English is maths and in American English math.

Other Maths symbols:


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Word problems
Word problems are maths questions written in sentences. Here are some for you to try! 1. Two monkeys collected 15 bananas. One monkey collected 7 bananas. How many bananas did the other monkey collect? 2. Johnny had six apples on Sunday. On Monday, Johnny gave Sally half of his apples. On Tuesday, he ate one of his apples. How many apples did Johnny have left on Wednesday? 3. Three women thought they were pregnant with twins. Two of the women were right. The third woman was surprised with triplets. How many babies were born?