Cardinal & Ordinal Numbers in English

Cardinal & Ordinal Numbers in English! Cardinal numbers, or cardinals, are a generalization of natural numbers used to assess the cardinality¬†of sets in mathematics. Cardinal numbers are “one, two, three,” and so on, as opposed to ordinal numbers, which are “first, second, third,” and so on.

An ordinal number, often known as an ordinal, is a modification of the idea of a natural number that describes a method of arranging a (potentially infinite) collection of things in order, one after the other.

List of Ordinal Numbers in English

1st First
2nd Second
3rd Third
4th Fourth
5th Fifth
6th Sixth
7th Seventh
8th Eighth
9th Ninth
10th Tenth
11th Eleventh
12th Twelfth
13th Thirteenth
14th Fourteenth
15th Fifteenth
16th Sixteenth
17th Seventeenth
18th Eighteenth
19th Nineteenth
20th Twentieth
21st Twenty-first
22nd Twenty-2nd
23rd Twenty-3rd
24th Twenty-fourth
25th Twenty-fifth
26th Twenty-sixth
27th Twenty-seventh
28th Twenty-eighth
29th Twenty-ninth
30th Thirtieth

 

List of Cardinal Numbers in English

0 Zero
1 One
2 Two
3 Three
4 Four
5 Five
6 Six
7 Seven
8 Eight
9 Nine
10 Ten
11 Eleven
12 Twelve
13 Thirteen
14 Fourteen
20 Twenty
30 Thirty
40 Forty
50 Fifty
60 Sixty
70 Seventy
80 Eighty
90 Ninety
100 One hundred
1.000 One thousand
10.000 Ten thousand
100.000 One hundred thousand
1.000.000 One million

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