Cardinal Numbers are used to express the quantity of something.
- 0 – Zero
- 1 – One
- 2 – Two
- 3 – Three
- 4 – Four
- 5 – Five
- 6 – Six
- 7 – Seven
- 8 – Eight
- 9 – Nine
- 10 – Ten
- I have one cat.
- The metro is leaving from line three.
- We need five apples to make an apple pie.
We use Cardinal Numbers when we talk about a general number of people, animals or things (to talk about how many of those things there are).
We usually place a Cardinal Number before a noun.
Cardinal Numbers are used when we need to talk about the quantity of things, people and animals. These numbers are usually placed before the noun.
— “One car“.
— “Two dogs“.
— “Five apples“.
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External link to Cardinal Numbers exercises (61).
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