People In Order: ages 1-100Quiz #: 31746
Listening for numbers
We use a hyphen between words when writing any number between twenty-one (21) and ninety-nine (99).
Round numbers higher than ninety-nine don’t require a hyphen.
Here are some examples:
* We made one hundred and twenty-five tamales for the Christmas party.
* Six thousand and seventy-two
* Two hundred million, fifty-one thousand, nine hundred and twenty-five
People In Order: ages 1-100
Quiz #: 31746
The toddler is ______.
The little boy is _______ years old.
The young man is ________ years old.
The man is ________ years old.
The elderly woman is _______ years old.
The old man is _______ years old.
The old woman is _______ years old.
____. Is that it?
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