Marco Antonio
how do read 123, 1345, 120979 and 1793089? How can i read 123, 1345, 120979 and 1793089?
Dec 7, 2016 3:15 PM
Claudia is almost right, just the last one should be - one million, seven hundred and ninety three thousand and eighty nine. Hope this helps Bob
December 7, 2016
US - Formally: 123 - One hundred, twenty-three 1345 - One thousand, three hundred, forty-five 120979 - One hundred twenty thousand, nine hundred seventy-nine 1793089 - One million, seven hundred ninety-three thousand, eighty-nine Like Claudia, I was taught never to say "and" for numbers, and it mostly stuck. Informally: 123 - One twenty-three 1345 - Thirteen forty-five or Thirteen hundred forty-five 120979 - A hundred twenty thousand, nine seventy-nine 1793089 - One point eight million :). One million, seven hundred ninety-three thousand, eighty-nine
December 8, 2016
As a child, I was taught to leave out "and" but most of us say them anyway at various points in large numbers. But I think the following is technically correct: 123 = one hundred twenty-three 1345 = one thousand, three hundred forty five 120979 = one hundred twenty thousand, nine hundred seventy-nine 1793089 = one million, seven hundred thousand ninety-three thousand eighty nine
December 7, 2016
123 = one hundred and twenty-three 1345 = one thousand, three hundred and forty five 120979 = one hundred and twenty thousand, nine hundred and seventy-nine 1793089 = one million, seven hundred thousand and ninety-three thousand and eighty nine
December 7, 2016