04 June 2010

Dutch Math: Ordinal Numbers

The numbers in words are written in one word until thousand. The millions, billions and trillions and so forth are written after a space.
The same as writing ordinal numbers.
1st -  first                                         1e, 1ste - eerste
2nd - second                                     2e - tweede
3rd - third                                         3e - derde                  
4th - fourth                                       4e - vierde
5th - fifth                                          5e - vijfde
6th - sixth                                         6e - zesde
7th - seventh                                     7e -  zevende
8th - eigth                                          8e - achtste
9th - ninth                                          9e - negende
10th - tenth                                        10e - tiende
de twintigste - de 20ste
de tweeëntwintigste - de 22ste
de tweehonderdste - de 200ste
de tweehonderdtweeëntwintigste - de 222ste
de tweeduizend tweehonderdtwintigste - de 2.220ste
de twee miljoenste - de 2.000.000ste
de twee miljoen tweehonderdduizendste - de 2.200.000ste

Add e/de or ste to the numbers in writing an ordinal word.
1e, 1ste
3e, 3de
105e, 105de

Exercises: Ordinal Numbers
Answers: Ordinal Numbers

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