When talking about numbers in full in Portuguese and English (English Class), we certainly remember how easy it is to decorate them, but undoubtedly, at some point in your life, like me, you were in doubt as to which is which, or how to memorize them more easily if you are learning English, in this article we will learn to count from 0-1000 with blocks of 10 to facilitate our learning.
Here will be the easiest:
Numbers 11-20 From 0 to 10 don't make it too difficult, right? now let's learn 10 more numbers.
We notice that the numbers 11-13 have a different format, lose their original format, 11 become Eleven and 12 Twelve. 13-19 is easier, just add the "teen" in front of the number, remembering clearly that the numbers 13 and 15 change their beginning.
The numbers in Portuguese and English are not like in Portuguese adding the conjunction “e” to make tens, for that we put the unit in front of the ten, let's analyze.
As we noted to form Twenty “e”… we do not have the conjunction, it would be wrong to say 21 (
Twenty and one), the correct one in Portuguese and English is (Twenty-one), with a hyphen (-) separating the ten from the unit, to say the other numbers, hold this same rule ten + hyphen + unit.
We can notice that the numbers followed the rule of Ten + hyphen + unit to build 31,32,33 and etc.
Numbers 101 to 109
|101||One hundred and one.|
|102||One hundred and two.|
|103||One hundred and three.|
|104||One hundred and four.|
|105||One hundred and five.|
|106||One hundred and six.|
|107||One hundred and seven.|
|108||One hundred and eight.|
|109||One hundred and nine.|
We note that to form after 100, we have the conjunction “E”, let's see the construction: Centena + and + unit, this rule will follow for the other numbers.
Forming other numbers
To form numbers from one thousand to nine thousand (9000) we have the following construction:
Unit + thousand
To form the compounds (1001,1002,2001,2002 and etc.) we have the following construction:
2017: (Two thousand and seventeen) = Unit + thousand + and + complement (number).