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# Cardinal Numbers

## Introduction

The Cardinal numbers are used to express the quantity of something.

## Form

We usually place a cardinal number before or after a noun:

• 0 – Zero
• 1 – One
• 2 – Two
• 3 – Three
• 4 – Four
• 5 – Five
• 6 – Six
• 7 – Seven
• 8 – Eight
• 9 – Nine
• 10 – Ten

## Example

• I have one cat.
• The metro is leaving from line three.
• We need five apples to make an apple pie.

## Use

We use Cardinal Numbers to express a general number of people, animals or things (to talk about how many of those things there are).

## Summary

Cardinal numbers are used to express the quantity of things, people and animals. These numbers are usually placed before or after a noun.

Cardinal numbers are: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and ten.

For example:
— “One car.” = 1 car.
— “Two cars.” = 2 cars.

Let’s revise this content within the {Form} section. Take a look at the {Example} section that shows its use within a context sentence.