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2007
Twenty-o-seven
Two hundred and seven

1991
Nineteen ninety one

1900
Nineteen hundred(s)?

457
...

45
..

5
in five? sounds odd
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Marvin A.The reason that the "and" is technically incorrect (in NAE at least), is that "and" is used in mathematics to represent a decimal point.
Hmm, yeah, maybe... I heard that some people say that 3.5 should be read as "three and five tenths", and 2.25 as "two and twenty-five hundredths"... but I think everyone nowadays just say "three point five" and "two point two four" in both AmE and BrE... everywhere, I guess. For example, 3.14 is "three point one four", not "three and fourteen tenths".
Isn't it so?
>> but I think everyone nowadays just say "three point five" and "two point two four" in both AmE and BrE... everywhere, I guess. For example, 3.14 is "three point one four", not "three and fourteen tenths".
Isn't it so? <<

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2007

Two thousand and seven

1991

Ninteen ninety-one

1900

Nineteen hundred

457

four hundred and fifty-seven

45

forty-five

5

five
2007

Two thousand (and) seven

457

four hundred (and) fifty-seven
1909
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Hi,

He was born in nineteen oh nine.

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Marvin A.The reason that the "and" is technically incorrect (in NAE at least), is that "and" is used in mathematics to represent a decimal point.
I haven't heard of that except for writing cheques! In writing a cheque, you use AND before the cents, but yet, it doesn't mean you can't use AND for the figures in the dollars. For mathematics? Never heard of that. Which branch of mathematics is that?
how can I pronounce the year in american english 1900 and 2003?
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nineteen hundred

two thousand and three

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