


Ordinal numbers
Ordinal numbers is a word used to describe the numerical position of objects. For example, if some students participated in a running race we can order them as, ' first, second, third, and so on'. First denotes the child who completed the race first. Second marks the child who came second and so on. Form: Spelling of ordinalnumber: We have to just add 'th 'to the cardinal numbers. Example:
Exceptions:
While writing compound cardinal number in the form, only the last figure is written as an ordinal.
Titles: While writing the names for Kings and Queens ordinalnumbers are written in Roman numbers. While saying (in spoken English)the definite article should be said before the ordinalnumbers.
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