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    > Similar tests: - Ordinal adjectives - Numbers from 0 to 9 - Chiffres et nombres de 0 à 100 - Comment écrire les chiffres en lettres. - Les nombres en lettres - Numbers from 1 to 30 - Adjectifs numéraux - Numbers in letters
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    Les nombres ou les déterminants cardinaux


      

    1) Un rappel.

    Les unités : zéro, un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf

    Les dizaines : dix, vingt, trente, quarante, cinquante, soixante, soixante-dix, quatre-vingts, quatre-vingt-dix

    Les autres nombres: onze, douze, treize, quatorze, quinze, seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, cent, mille,...

     

    2)  Combien y a-t-il d'unités dans les nombres suivants? 315   1027   3738   6745  5 unités, 7 unités, 8 unités, 5 unités

     

    3) Combien y a-t-il de dizaines dans les nombres suivants? 315    1027    3738    6745  1 dizaine, 2 dizaines, 3 dizaines, 4 dizaines

     

    4) Lorsque j'écris les nombres en lettres, j'écris un trait d'union entre les dizaines et les unités: 35 -> trente-cinq  64 -> soixante-quatre. Le trait d'union s'emploie pour déparer les chiffres inférieurs à 100.

     31 -> trente et un

     

    5)  Cent : variable (change au pluriel) s'il est multiplié et s'il termine le nombre (deux cents, deux cent un, trois cents, trois cent vingt)

     

    6) Vingt : variable s'il est multiplié et s'il termine le nombre (quatre-vingts, quatre-vingt-six)

     

    7) Mille : invariable (mille, deux mille, trois mille,...)

     

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