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It is as essential to learning to write numbers in words in English as it is to learn numbers. Knowing the correct way of doing this helps students beyond the school walls.

## List of Numbers in Words from 1 to 100

The number words are the numbers written with alphabets. They are unique for each number. In English, we write them in the following way:

1 is written as one

22 is written as twenty-two

45 is written as forty-five

Numbers in words from 1 to 100 have been given to you below. You can write numbers in words for all natural numbers based on the place value of digits.

### Number names from 1 to 50

###### 1-10

###### 11-20

###### 21-30

###### 31-40

###### 41-50

1 = One | 2 = Two |

3 = Three | 4 = Four |

5 = Five | 6 = Six |

7 = Seven | 8 = Eight |

9 = Nine | 10 = Ten |

11 = Eleven | 12 = Twelve |

13 = Thirteen | 14 = Fourteen |

15 = Fifteen | 16 = Sixteen |

17 = Seventeen | 18 = Eighteen |

19 = Nineteen | 20 = Twenty |

21 = Twenty-one | 22 = Twenty-two |

23 = Twenty-three | 24 = Twenty-four |

25 = Twenty-five | 26 = Twenty-six |

27 = Twenty-seven | 28 = Twenty-eight |

29 = Twenty-nine | 30 = Thirty |

31 = Thirty-one | 32 = Thirty-two |

33 = Thirty-three | 34 = Thirty-four |

35 = Thirty-five | 36 = Thirty-six |

37 = Thirty-seven | 38 = Thirty-eight |

39 = Thirty-nine | 40 = Forty |

41 = Forty-one | 42 = Forty-two |

43 = Forty-three | 44 = Forty-four |

45 = Forty-five | 46 = Forty-six |

47 = Forty-seven | 48 = Forty-eight |

49 = Forty-nine | 50 = Fifty |

### Number names from 51 to 100

###### 51-60

###### 61-70

###### 71-80

###### 81-90

###### 91-100

51 = Fifty-one | 52 = Fifty-two |

53 = Fifty-three | 54 = Fifty-four |

55 = Fifty-five | 56 = Fifty-six |

57 = Fifty-seven | 58 = Fifty-eight |

59 = Fifty-nine | 60 = Sixty |

61 = Sixty-one | 62 = Sixty-two |

63 = Sixty-three | 64 = Sixty-four |

65 = Sixty-five | 66 = Sixty-six |

67 = Sixty-seven | 68 = Sixty-eight |

69 = Sixty-nine | 70 = Seventy |

71 = Seventy-one | 72 = Seventy-two |

73 = Seventy-three | 74 = Seventy-four |

75 = Seventy-five | 76 = Seventy-six |

77 = Seventy-seven | 78 = Seventy-eight |

79 = Seventy-nine | 80 = Eighty |

81 = Eighty-one | 82 = Eighty-two |

83 = Eighty-three | 84 = Eighty-four |

85 = Eighty-five | 86 = Eighty-six |

87 = Eighty-seven | 88 = Eighty-eight |

89 = Eighty-nine | 90 = Ninety |

91 = Ninety-one | 92 = Ninety-two |

93 = Ninety-three | 94 = Ninety-four |

95 = Ninety-five | 96 = Ninety-six |

97 = Ninety-seven | 98 = Ninety-eight |

99 = Ninety-nine | 100 = One hundred |

## How to Write Numbers in Words? Steps.

Learning counting in words in English is necessary, especially if you are learning English as a second language. Writing numbers in words in English can be handled well if you keep the following steps in mind:

**Learn to write the numbers 1 to 9**

- 1 = one
- 2 = two
- 3 = three
- 4 = four
- 5 = five
- 6 = six
- 7 = seven
- 8 = eight
- 9 = nine

Once you memorise them, writing the more significant numbers gets simple.

**Pick up numbers from 10-19**

- 10 = ten
- 11 = eleven
- 12 = twelve
- 13 = thirteen
- 14 = fourteen
- 15 = fifteen
- 16 = sixteen
- 17 = seventeen
- 18 = eighteen
- 19 = nineteen

Other than 11 and 12, the other numbers have *“teen”* attached.

16= six+teen

17= seven+teen

**Remember the multiples of 10**

The multiples of ten, other than ten, end in *“ty”:*

- 20 = twenty
- 30 = thirty
- 40 = forty
- 50 = fifty
- 60 = sixty
- 70 = seventy
- 80 = eighty
- 90 = ninety

**Figure out the place value:**

You can communicate the digit value based on its position in a number. You may check the following example to understand it better. The place value of 1 is shown in different numbers.

**Example:**

- 1 = ones/units place
- 10 = tens place
- 100 = hundreds of place

**Writing 2 and 3 digit numbers:**

To write the number names for 2 and 3 digits numbers, take the digits in the ones/units and tens and place them as a single unit. For the digit at the hundreds place, add a *hundred *next to the digit’s name. Spell all the addends and combine their names with writing the number.

**Example:**

226= 200+26 =Two hundred twenty-six.

Similarly, the expanded form of 567= 500+60+7 = Five hundred sixty-seven

To write the number names of multiples of 100, between 100 and 100, write the digit name followed by hundred”.

400= four hundred

600 = six hundred

## Writing Long Numbers

Writing long numbers can seem intimidating, considering the numerals are more. To write long numbers, you should consider the following steps:

Look at the place value of the digits.

- 1 → the ones place.
- 10 → the tens place.
- 100 → the hundreds place.
- 1,000 → the thousands place.
- 10,000 → the ten thousands place.
- 100,000 → the hundred thousands place.
- 1000,000 → the millions place.
- 10,000,000 → the ten millions place.
- 100,000,000 → the hundred millions place.

Once the place value is clear, writing the numbers in words in English becomes less daunting.

**Use separators:** place commas or points as separators after every three digits starting from the right side.

**Example:** 1567340 is to be written as 1,567,340

**Spot the last two digits:** Write it down as you would write a two-digit number in words.

**Example:** 1,567,340

The last two digits are 40: forty

**The hundreds place:** Next, write down the digit in the hundred’s position with the name of the digit followed by ‘hundred’.

**Example: **In number 1,567,340, 3 is at the hundreds place. So we write it as three hundred.

The last three digits read as three hundred and forty.

**The thousands place:** The next set of numbers is in the thousands place value, i.e. hundred thousands, ten thousands and one thousand.

**Example:** Write 5 in 567 as five hundred and 67 as sixty-seven followed by thousands

The number now reads as five hundred sixty-seven thousand three hundred and forty.

**The millions place:**The next set of digits is in the millions place, where it is hundred millions, tens millions and a million. Since there is just 1 digit, we write it as one million.

**Example:** Now our number will read as One million five hundred sixty-seven thousand three hundred and forty.

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