## Ordinal Numbers

**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

## Quiz

#### 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

#### Titles

**Instructions**: Match the names to their complete form.

Charles I

fifteenth fourth first sixth secondJacob II

fifteenth fourth first sixth secondEdward VI

fifteenth fourth first sixth secondHenry IV

fifteenth fourth first sixth secondLouis XV

fifteenth fourth first sixth second## Ordinal numbers

#### Let’s learn about Ordinal numbers.

**Instructions**: Look at the following information about *Ordinal numbers.*

** Ordinal numbers** are formed by adding

**to the cardinal number:**

*th*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.

*volume_up*1st

*volume_up*2nd

*volume_up*3rd

*volume_up*4th

*volume_up*5th

*volume_up*6th

*volume_up*7th

*volume_up*8th

*volume_up*9th

*volume_up*10th

*volume_up*11th

*volume_up*12th

*volume_up*13th

*volume_up*14th

*volume_up*15th

*volume_up*16th

*volume_up*17th

*volume_up*18th

*volume_up*19th

*volume_up*20th

*volume_up*21st

*volume_up*22nd

*volume_up*23rd

*volume_up*24th

*volume_up*25th

*volume_up*26th

*volume_up*27th

*volume_up*28th

*volume_up*29th

*volume_up*30th

*volume_up*40th

*volume_up*50th

*volume_up*60th

*volume_up*70th

*volume_up*80th

*volume_up*90th

*volume_up*100th

## Quiz

#### Writing Ordinal Numbers

**Instructions**: Write the following Ordinal Numbers in letters:

- 7

- 10

- 15

- 19

- 23

- 34

- 45

- 51

- 67

- 79

## Evaluation

#### Ordinal Numbers

**Instructions**: Choose the best option for each *Ordinal number*.

It's as easy as

One: 1st/1th

Two: 2nd/2th

Three: 3rd/3th

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

seven: 7/7th

eight: 8/8th

nine: 9/9th

It's as easy as

ten: 10/10th

eleven: 11/11th

twelve: 12/12th