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Practice 2. Ordinal Numbers in English (Basic, A-Level)

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Based on this lesson, complete each sentence by changing the number in parenthesis into an ordinal number.

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1. My house is the (3) on the right. John’s house is the (5) on the left.

(3) third

(5) fifth

2. Mary’s office is on the (12) floor. My office is on the floor.

(12) twelfth

(3) third

3. Is Friday the (5) or the (6) day of the week?

(5) fifth

(6) sixth

4. You’re the (15) president of this company.


5. In the Olympic games, the (1) , (2) , and (3) places receive gold, silver, and bronze medals.

(1) first

(2) second

(3) third

6. George H. W. Bush, and Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama were the (41) , (42) , (43) , and (44) presidents of the United States.

(41) forty-first

(42) forty-second

(43) forty-third

(44) forty-fourth

7. I come here often. This must be my (11) or (12) visit.

(11) eleventh

(12) twelfth

8. Please answer the (5) question, not the (6) .

(5) fifth

(6) sixth

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Practice 1. Practice writing ordinal numbers in sentences.

Practice 2. Practice writing ordinal numbers in sentences. (this page)

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