Teacher: Robin Runtime: **5:12 **Series: Beginner 2 * Donate *

Hello, everyone.

In this video, I’m going to talk about numbers.

Ahh…more specifically, things like apartment numbers, bus numbers and flight numbers.

Ok, we express these numbers differently in English.

Let’s take a look.

So, the first is apartment.

Your apartment number.

So this could be your apratment number or house number or villa number.

Bus number.

Taxi number.

Subway number.

Flight number.

Ok, so, these kinds of things, we express the numbers differently.

Let’s take a look.

The first one.

Ok, we…it’s just two numbers.

We always want to look at the last two numbers.

So we would say, “apartment number twelve.”

That one is easy.

“Apartment number twelve.”

Let’s move on to the next one.

Alright, so we want to look at the last two numbers.

The last two numbers is “twenty-one”.

Ok…

So, we would express this as “one twenty-one.”

Alright, so this could be “apartment number one twenty-one.”

It could be “bus number one twenty-one.”

It could be “flight number one twenty-one.”

Now, it’s also possible to say, “one-two-one.”

Ok, “bus number one-two-one.”

That’s ok.

But you should learn just to say, “one twenty-one.”

Ok, that’s very fast and more common.

The next one.

Ok, let’s look at the last two numbers.

“Twelve.”

“Twelve.”

So, we would express “apartment number twelve-twelve.”

“Bus number twelve-twelve.”

You could also say, “Number one-two-one-two”, but “twelve-twelve” is more common.

The next number.

Ok, the last two are ‘zero-zero’.

Ok, so we can’t say, “zero”.

We’re going to just say it all….we’re going to say this as…ahh…for example “Bus number twelve hundred.”

Ok, “Bus number twelve hundred.”

The next one.

The last two numbers ‘fifty-six”.

So, let’s say, “Flight number four fifty-six.”

“Flight number four fifty-six.”

Again, you could also say, “Flight number four-five-six.”

That’s ok.

The next one.

The last two ‘sixty-seven”.

So, let’s say, “Bus number forty-five sixty-seven.”

“Bus number forty-five sixty-seven.”

Or…

You could also say, “four-five-six-seven.”

The next.

The lats two numbers are ‘zero-seven’.

So, we could also say instead of ‘zero, more commonly, we’re going to say, “oh”.

“Oh-seven.”

So if I said, “Apartment number forty-oh-seven.”

“Forty-oh-seven.”

Ok, and the last number.

Ahhh…let’s say, “Bus number…”, ‘fifty-two’.

“Bus number sixteen fifty-two.”

Ok…

Takes a lot of practice to learn how to…ahhh…express these numbers.

Let’s take a little…a little quick test right now and see how you can do.

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Alright, there’s only four questions here.

Number one.

“I live in apartment six thirty-two.”

“I live in apartment six thirty-two.”

Number two.

“We need tot ake bus number thirty-three thirty-three.”

“We need tot ake bus number thirty-three thirty-three.”

Number three.

“My flight number is seventeen-oh-nine.”

“My flight number is seventeen-oh-nine.”

And number four.

The last one.

“Let’s meet at the subway station number four sixty-five.”

“Let’s meet at the subway station number four sixty-five.”

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Ok, how I hope you did well on the small little test.

Ahhh…again, it takes a lot of practice to be familiar saying these kind of numbers.

Alright…

There’s so many different ways to say these numbers.

So, I hope you learned something in this video.

Anyway, I will see you next video.

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