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Hi! Please tell me if I wrote right this number

22,222 twenty-two thousand two hundred and twenty-two

My doubt is about writting a hypen in the first twenty-two.

Thanks a lot.
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Hello, Sanz.

You got that right. "Twenty-two" always takes a hyphen.

Miriam
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twenty-two thousand two hundred twenty-two.

There is no "and". And denotes a decimal, so the original way you wrote it would look like 22,200.22
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Hi,

There is no "and". In British English, the 'and' is used. American English, I think, commonly omits it.

And denotes a decimal, so the original way you wrote it would look like 22,200.22

No. Decimal places are spoken as, eg point two two.

5.22 five point two two

22,200.22 twenty-two thousand, two hundred point two two

Best wishes, Clive