# English Numbers, Symbols and Punctuation Marks ✔️

Learn “cardinal numbers”, “ordinal numbers”, “punctuation marks”, “roman numerals”, symbols and punctuation marks used in English language.

☛A **Cardinal Number** is a number that says how many of something there are, such as one, two, three, four, five.

☛An **Ordinal Number** is a number that tells the position of something in a list, such as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th etc.

**Roman numerals** are a **numeral** system that originated in ancient Rome. Numbers in this system are represented by combinations of letters from the Latin alphabet.

Cardinal Numbers | Ordinal Numbers | Roman Numerals |
---|---|---|

1 – one | 1st – first | 1 – I |

2 – two | 2nd – second | 2 – II |

3 – three | 3rd – third | 3 – III |

4 – four | 4th – fourth | 4 – IV |

5 – five | 5th – fifth | 5 – V |

6 – six | 6th – sixth | 6 – VI |

7 – seven | 7th – seventh | 7 – VII |

8 – eight | 8th – eighth | 8 – VIII |

9 – nine | 9th – ninth | 9 – IX |

10 – ten | 10th – tenth | 10 – X |

11 – eleven | 11th – eleventh | 11 – XI |

12 – twelve | 12th – twelfth | 12 – XII |

13 – thirteen | 13th – thirteenth | 13 – XIII |

14 – fourteen | 14th – fourteenth | 14 – XIV |

15 – fifteen | 15th – fifteenth | 15 – XV |

16 – sixteen | 16th – sixteenth | 16 – XVI |

17 – seventeen | 17th – seventeenth | 17 – XVII |

18 – eighteen | 18th – eighteenth | 18 – XVIII |

19 – nineteen | 19th – nineteenth | 19 – XIX |

20 – twenty | 20th – twentieth | 20 – XX |

21 – twenty-one | 21st – twenty-first | 21 – XXI |

30 – thirty | 30th – thirtieth | 30 – XXX |

40 – forthy | 40th – fortieth | 40 – XL |

50 – fifty | 50th – fiftieth | 50 – L |

60 – sixty | 60th – sixtieth | 60 – LX |

70 – seventy | 70th – seventieth | 70 – LXX |

80 – eighty | 80th – eightieth | 80 – LXXX |

90 – ninety | 90th – ninetieth | 90 – XC |

100 – one hundred | 100th – one hundredth | 100 – C |

500 – five hundred | 500th – five hundredth | 500 – D |

1000 – one thousand | 1000th – one thousandth | 1000 – M |

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## Symbols and Punctuation Marks List:

Symbol | Meaning | Symbol | Meaning |

+ | plus | – | minus |

x | multiplied by | ÷ | divided by |

= | equals | > | greater than |

< | less than | % | percent |

& | and | @ | at |

° | degree | √ | square root |

π | pi | $ | dollar |

© | copyright | . | full stop |

, | comma | ; | semicolon |

: | colon | ? | question mark |

! | exclamation mark | – | dash |

* | asterisk | () | parentheses |

“” | quotation marks | ‘ | apostrophe |

Very interesting lesson… Thanks a lotVery useful in fact, but FORTY is misspelled into FORTHY all the time

Great! I learnt a lot.