English Numbers
Whole Numbers also known as Cardinal Numbers  used for counting  
Symbol  Word  Pronounce It 
0  Nought  
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  
15  Fifteen  
16  Sixteen  
17  Seventeen  
18  Eighteen  
19  Nineteen  
20  Twenty  
21  Twentyone ...  
30  Thirty  
40  Forty  
50  Fifty  
60  Sixty  
70  Seventy  
80  Eighty  
90  Ninety  
100  One hundred  
101  One hundred and one ...  
102  One thousand  
1,000,000  One million  
1,000,000,000,000  One billion 
Ordinal Numbers  used for ranking  
In figures  In words  Pronounce It 
1st  the first  
2nd  the second  
3rd  the third  
4th  the fourth  
5th  the fifth  
6th  the sixth  
7th  the seventh  
8th  the eighth  
9th  the ninth  
10th  the tenth  
11th  the eleventh  
12th  the twelfth  
13th  the thirteenth  
14th  the fourteenth  
15th  the fifteenth  
16th  the sixteenth  
17th  the seventeenth  
18th  the eighteenth  
19th  the nineteenth  
20th  the twentieth  
21st  the twentyfirst  ... 
22nd  the twentysecond  ... 
23rd  the twentythird  ... 
24th  the twentyfourth  ... 
25th  the twentyfifth  ... 
26th  the twentysixth  ... 
27th  the twentyseventh  ... 
28th  the twentyeighth  ... 
29th  the twentyninth  ... 
30th  the thirtieth  
40th  the fortieth  
50th  the fiftieth  
60th  the sixtieth  
70th  the seventieth  
80th  the eightieth  
90th  the ninetieth  
100th  the hundredth  
101st  the hundred and first  ... 
1000th  the thousandth 
Ordinal numbers are often used in fractions:
Fractions  
Symbol  Word  Pronounce It 
^{1}/_{8}  One eighth  
^{1}/_{5}  One fifth  
^{1}/_{4}  One quarter  
^{3}/_{4}  Three quarters  
^{1}/_{3}  One third  
^{2}/_{3}  Two thirds  
^{1}/_{2}  One half 
Sums  
Symbols  Word (common term in brackets)  Pronounce It 
+  Plus (And)  
  Minus (Take away)  
x  Multiplied by (Times)  
÷  Divided by  
=  Equals (Is)  
.  Point  
%  Percent  
(((1 + 6)  2) x 2) ÷ 2.5=4  One plus six minus two multiplied by two divided by two point five equals four  
10% 100=10  Ten percent of one hundred equals ten. 
What to say 

When pronouncing decimals we use the word point to represent the dot. The numbers following the dot are pronounced separately. 
Interesting Numbers  

 When we use it  For example: 
0 = oh  after a decimal point  9.02 = "Nine point oh two." 
 in bus or room numbers  Rooom 101 = "Room one oh one." 
 in phone numbers  9130472 = "Nine one three oh four seven two." 
 in years  1906 = "Nineteen oh six." 
0 = nought  before a decimal point  0.06 = "Nought point oh six." 
0 = zero  in temperature  10°C = "10 degrees below zero." 
 US English for the number  0 = "Zero" 
0 = nil  in football  Chelsea 2 Manchester United 0 = "Chelsea two Manchester United nil." 
0 = love  in tennis  20  0 = "Twenty love." 
~ 12 ~
The number 12 is often represented as a dozen and the number 6 as a half dozen.
For example:
12 eggs= "A dozen eggs."
6 eggs = "Half a dozen eggs."^