Hello, dear student! Today, we will be practicing some very important aspects of English language: written numbers, sentence order, and grammatical accuracy. Specifically, we will focus on the numbers 81 to 100.
It is crucial to have a good understanding and command over these numbers as they are used frequently in our daily lives.
We will start with activities that will help you arrange words to form meaningful sentences, followed by exercises that will help you spot and correct grammatical errors.
Then, we will move on to practicing your vocabulary by completing sentences, and finally, we will work on formulating questions. Let’s get started!
1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – Numbers 81 to 100
a) eighty / my / is / house / number / three
My house number is eighty-three.
2) Fix Grammatical Errors – Written Numbers 81 to 100
a) There is ninet children at the class.
There are ninety children in the class.
3) Practice your Vocabulary Completing the Sentences
a) I have _______ (89) pages left to xxxx in my book.
I have eighty-nine pages left to read in my book.
4) Numbers 81 to 100 Test. Write the Questions to the Answers
a) I have eighty-five stamps. ( How many…)
How many stamps do you have?
You have practiced arranging sentences, correcting grammatical errors, completing sentences with appropriate numbers, and formulating questions.
These exercises are designed to help you get comfortable with using the numbers 81 to 100 in various contexts. Remember, practice is key to mastering any language.
Continue to practice these exercises and incorporate these numbers into your daily conversations and writings. Keep up the good work, and always strive to improve. Well done!