Instructions: Read carefully the information about Ordinal Numbers.
Ordinal numbers are used to talk about the “order” of things, animals or people or to define their position in series.
We use the last two letters of the word after the numeral or digit. For example, we take the last two letters of second and add them to the digit 2 to make 2nd
Ordinal numbers. Retrieved October, 2016 from https://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/numbers-ordinal.htm
Getting started: Ordinal numbers with titles.
Instructions: Read about Ordinal numbers with titles.
In names for kings and queens, ordinal numbers are written in Roman numbers. In spoken English, the definite article is used before the ordinal number:
Henry VIII – Henry the Eighth
Elizabeth I – Elizabeth the first
Ordinal numbers. Retrieved and adapted October, 2016 from.https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/vocabulary/numbers/ordinal
Instructions: Match the names to their complete form.
Charles Ififteenth fourth first sixth second
Jacob IIfifteenth fourth first sixth second
Edward VIfifteenth fourth first sixth second
Henry IVfifteenth fourth first sixth second
Louis XVfifteenth fourth first sixth second
Let’s learn about Ordinal numbers.
Instructions: Look at the following information about Ordinal numbers.
Ordinal numbers are formed by adding th to the cardinal number:
Fifteen – fifteenth
The exceptions are:
One – first
Two – second
Three – third
Five – fifth
Eight - eighth
Nine – ninth
Twelve – twelfth
In compound numbers, only the last figure is written as an ordinal number:
23 – twenty third
45 – forty fifth
74 – seventy fourth
Ordinal Numbers Pronunciation
Instructions: Click on each Ordinal Number to listen and repeat them.
Writing Ordinal Numbers
Instructions: Write the following Ordinal Numbers in letters:
Instructions: Choose the best option for each Ordinal number.
It's as easy as
Number 4 in line is: four/fourth
Number 5 in line is: five/fifth
Number 6 in line is: six/sixth
So now you know, in a line or row It's as easy as
It's as easy as