Intermediate Practice Exercises - Numbers
Intermediate Practice Exercises - Numbers
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 1 Click on the item that uses numbers or numerals correctly. A) Stacy was caught driving 80 km/h in a fifty-five km/h zone, again! B) Stacy was caught driving 80 km/h in a fifty-five km/h zone, again! C) Stacy was caught driving 80 km/h in a 55 km/h zone, again! 2 Click on the item that uses numbers or numerals correctly. A) An ongoing debate is whether the city speed limit should be raised from 50 km/h to 60 km/h. B) An ongoing debate is whether the city speed limit should be raised from fifty km/h to sixty km/h. C) An ongoing debate is whether the city speed limit should be raised from 50 km/h to sixty km/h. 3 Click on the item that uses numbers or numerals correctly. A) 52 cents for a first-class stamp is still a good buy. B) Fifty-two cents for a 1st-class stamp is still a good buy. C) Fifty-two cents for a first-class stamp is still a good buy. 4 Click on the item that uses numbers or numerals correctly. A) My fifth wedding anniversary is October three, 2001. B) My fifth wedding anniversary is October 3, 2001. C) My 5th wedding anniversary is October 3, 2001. 5 Click on the item that uses numbers or numerals correctly. A) The quotation you need is on page 301. B) The quotation you need is on page three hundred one. C) 301 is the page on which you will find the quotation you need. 6 Click on the item that uses numbers or numerals correctly. A) Dragsters can reach speeds of 300 km/h. B) 300 km/h is the speed dragsters can reach C) Dragsters can reach speeds of three hundred km/h. 7 Choose the correct version of the item below. A) Awarded the Nobel Prize in literature in nineteen forty-nine, William Faulkner wrote about human suffering in Southern society after the Civil War. B) Awarded the Nobel Prize in literature in 1949 and the Pulitzer Prize in '54 and '62. William Faulkner wrote about human suffering in southern society after the Civil War. C) Awarded the Nobel Prize in literature in 1949 and the Pulitzer Prize in 1954 and 1962, William Faulkner wrote about human suffering in Southern society after the Civil War.