Wordlist: Numbers

 

1. Wordlist

 
    • one[wʌn](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 1
    • Example:
      • I only have one class this morning.
    • two[tuː](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 2
    • Example:
      • You have two hands.
    • three[θɹiː](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 3
    • Example:
      • I invited three people to have dinner with us.
    • four[fɔː](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 4
    • Example:
      • There are four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter.
    • five[faɪv](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 5
    • Example:
      • There are five fingers on each hand.
    • six[sɪks](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 6
    • Example:
      • Six months are half of the year.
    • seven[ˈsɛv.ən](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 7
    • Example:
      • The mother reads "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" to her child.
    • eight[eɪt](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 8
    • Example:
      • She works eight hours a day.
    • nine[naɪn](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 9
    • Example:
      • A cat has nine lives.
    • ten[tɛn](miscellaneous)
    • Definition:
      • 10
    • Example:
      • All in all, you have ten fingers.
 

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          eight
          8
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          9
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          10
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          7
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          4
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          5
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        Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with the correct numbers. Write the numerals (one, two, three, four, …), NOT the digits (1, 2, 3, 4, …) into the gaps!
         
         
        • three-cars
          There are 
           cars in the picture.

           
        • two-boys
          There are 
           boys in this picture.

           
        • one-plane
          There is 
           plane in the picture.

           
        • four-girls
          There are 
           girls in this picture.

           
        • pilot
          There is 
           pilot in this picture.

           
         
         
         
         

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