Hello students! Today, we are going to work on an important aspect of our daily communication – numbers. Specifically, we will focus on written numbers from 21 to 50.
Understanding and using these numbers correctly is essential for various everyday activities, such as shopping, telling the time, giving directions, and more.
We will practice putting sentences in the correct order, fixing grammatical errors, completing sentences, and formulating questions. Let’s get started!
1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – Written Numbers 21 to 50
a) three / twenty / are / there / books
There are twenty-three books.
2) Fix Grammatical Errors – Written Numbers 21 to 50 Exercises
a) I have twentyfive cat.
I have twenty-five cats.
3) Practice your Vocabulary Completing the Sentences
a) I have txxxxxy-xxe books on xx shelf.
I have twenty-one books on my shelf.
4) Written Numbers 21 to 50 Test. Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers
a) I bought twenty-three books. ( How many…)
How many books did you buy?
Great work today! You have practiced using written numbers from 21 to 50 in various contexts and sentence structures. Remember, practice makes perfect, so try to incorporate these numbers into your daily life as much as possible.
Keep practicing and you will see improvement in no time. Well done and see you in the next lesson!