Teacher: Robin Runtime: **7:27 **Series: Beginner 2 * Donate *

Ok, hello everyone.

We already practiced the numbers one to one hundred.

Alright…

Those are the basic numbers.

We’re getting into some more difficult numbers.

Bigger numbers.

Ahhh, don’t be scared.

I will try to explain it as simple as possible.

Please listen carefully and good luck.

Here we go.

So, I wrote the numbers here.

And…let’s start with the first three.

We already know the first three.

“One.”

“Ten.”

“One hundred.” Ok…

So, that’s the easy part.

Now, it’s going to get a little more confusing.

So I will try to make it simple.

Let’s look at the next number here.

Ahhh, this is “one thousand.” Ok…

So we have three zeros.

Three zeros.

That is “a thousand.”

And…every three zeros, we usually use a comma.

So one, comma, three numbers.

Three zeros.

“One thousand.”

So three zeros is a thousand.

Let’s move on to the next number.

We have the three zeros again.

‘Thousand’, we know that’s “a thousand.”

What’s this number?

“Ten.”

“Ten thousand.”

“One thousand.”

“Ten thousand.”

Let’s move to the next…

Ok, we know this is ‘thousand’.

“One hundred thousand.” Ok…

So, “One thousand.”

“Ten thousand.”

“One hundred thousand.”

Let’s move on to a really big number.

Now, the three zeros here…I underlined with blue.

Cause that’s a ‘thousand’.

But if you look here, these are red.

Cause, they’re not a ‘thousand’ anymore.

We have three zeros and three zeros.

This is now, “a million.”

So if you see six zeros, that’s “a million.”

So, we have “one million.”

Ok…

Let’s move down.

“Ten million.”

Alright…

So, don’t be confused.

Let’s go through this again.

“One.”

“Ten.”

“One hundred.”

“One thousand.”

“Ten thousand.”

“One hundred thousand.”

“One million.”

and “Ten million.”

Ok…

I know it’s difficult.

It take a lot of practice.

So let’s go do some practice right now.

2:39 [Part 2]

Ok, so I have seven numbers here for us to practice how to say them.

So, let’s take a look.

The first one.

Very easy.

We have two zeros here.

This is simply, “Five hundred.” Ok…

Let’s move to number two.

Now, number two, we can see, we have the three zeros here.

And I told you, that means thousand.

So this is “seven thousand.”

Ok…

Number three.

Again, we have three zeros here.

“Fifteen thousand.”

“Seven thousand.”

“Fifteen thousand.”

Let’s look at the next one.

Three zeros.

We know this is ‘thousand’.

This is “Twenty-five thousand.”

Alright…

Let’s go to a bigger number.

Lots of zeros here.

Ok, so we know this is ‘a thousand’.

And we have more zeros here.

But it’s not three zeros.

So, this is just a thousand and this is two hundred.

Ok…

“Two hundred thousand.”

Let’s go to a bigger number.

Now we have…three zeros…three zeros.

So, this is no longer ‘thousand’.

This is now, ‘million’.

“Seven million.”

Ok…

Let’s go to a bigger number.

Three zeros.

Three zeros.

“Eighteen million.”

Ok, so one more time.

“Five hundred.”

“Seven thousand.”

“Fifteen thousand.”

“Twenty-five thousand.”

“Two hundred thousand.”

“Seven million.”

“Eighteen million.”

Do you understand?

I hope so.

Ahhh, let’s try a test right now.

4:38 [Part 3 – Test]

Alright, so for the test, you should have maybe a pen and a paper.

That will help you.

There’s ten questions. Ok…

So, I’m going to say a number.

You have to think of that number and write down that number.

So, number one.

“Fifteen thousand.”

“Fifteen thousand.”

Ok, so you should have written fifteen thousand.

Alright, number two.

“Eight hundred.”

“Eight hundred.”

Ok, so you should write eight hundred.

Number three.

“Seventy-five thousand.”

“Seventy-five thousand.”

Ok…

So it looks like this: seventy-five thousand.

Number four.

“Six million.”

“Six million.”

Ok, so you should write it like this.

With six zeros.

And number five.

“Six hundred thousand.”

“Six hundred thousand.”

Ok, so six hundred thousand looks like this.

Number six.

“Three thousand.”

“Three thousand.”

Ok, so this is three thousand.

Number seven.

“Nineteen thousand.”

“Nineteen thousand.”

Ok, so this is nineteen thousand.

Number eight.

“Sixty-six thousand.”

“Sixty-six thousand.”

Ok, it looks like this.

Number nine.

“Five hundred thousand.”

“Five hundred thousand.”

Ok, it looks like this.

And the last one.

Number ten.

“Tweny-five million.”

“Tweny-five million.”

Alright, that’s a big number.

It looks like this.

6:58 [Part 4]

Wwoooo, I know that was a difficult test.

I hope you did well.

Uhh, I know big numbers are very difficult to say and understand.

It take a lot of practice.

Now I hope this video helps you.

But again, you need a lot of self-study to truly master these numbers.

Alright…

See you next video.

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