Vocabulary: Numbers (1 to 99)


  • 0. Zero /z’irou/
  1. One /wun/
  2. Two /tu:/
  3. Three /thri:/
  4. Four /fo:r/
  5. Five /faiv/
  6. Six /siks/
  7. Seven /s’even/
  8. Eight /eit/
  9. Nine /nain/
  10. Ten /ten/
  11. Eleven /il’even/
  12. Twelve /twelv/
  13. Thirteen /the:rt’ti:n/
  14. Fourteen /f’o:rt’i:n/
  15. Fifteen /fift’i:n/
  16. Sixteen /sikst’i:n/
  17. Seventeen /sevent’i:n/
  18. Eighteen /’eiti:n/
  19. Nineteen /naint’i:n/
  20. Twenty /tw’enti/
  21. Twenty-one /tw’enti wun/
  22. Twenty-two /tw’enti tu:/
  23. Twenty-three /tw’enti thri:/
  24. Twenty-four /tw’enti fo:r/
  25. Twenty-five /tw’enti faiv/
  26. Twenty-six /tw’enti siks/
  27. Twenty-seven /tw’enti s’even/
  28. Twenty-eight /tw’enti eit/
  29. Twenty-nine /tw’enti nain/
  30. Thirty /th’u:rti/
  31. Thirty-one /th’u:rti wun/
  32. Thirty-two /th’u:rti tu:/
  33. Thirty-three /th’u:rti thri:/
  34. Thirty-four /th’u:rti fo:r/
  35. Thirty-five /th’u:rti faiv/
  36. Thirty-six /th’u:rti siks/
  37. Thirty-seven /th’u:rti s’even/
  38. Thirty-eight /th’u:rti eit/
  39. Thirty-nine /th’u:rti nain/
  40. Forty /f’o:rti/
  41. Forty-one /f’o:rti wun/
  42. Forty-two /f’o:rti tu:/
  43. Forty-three /f’o:rti thri:/
  44. Forty-four /f’o:rti fo:r/
  45. Forty-five /f’o:rti faiv/
  46. Forty-six /f’o:rti siks/
  47. Forty-seven /f’o:rti s’even/
  48. Forty-eight /f’o:rti eit/
  49. Forty-nine /f’o:rti nain/
  50. Fifty /f’ifti/
  51. Fifty-one /f’ifti wun/
  52. Fifty-two /f’ifti tu:/
  53. Fifty-three /f’ifti thri:/
  54. Fifty-four /f’ifti fo:r/
  55. Fifty-five /f’ifti faiv/
  56. Fifty-six /f’ifti siks/
  57. Fifty-seven /f’ifti s’even/
  58. Fifty-eight /f’ifti eit/
  59. Fifty-nine /f’ifti nain/
  60. Sixty /s’iksti/
  61. Sixty-one /s’iksti wun/
  62. Sixty-two /s’iksti tu:/
  63. Sixty-three /s’iksti thri:/
  64. Sixty-four /s’iksti fo:r/
  65. Sixty-five /s’iksti faiv/
  66. Sixty-six /s’iksti siks/
  67. Sixty-seven /s’iksti s’even/
  68. Sixty-eight /s’iksti eit/
  69. Sixty-nine /s’iksti nain/
  70. Seventy /s’eventi/
  71. Seventy-one /s’eventi wun/
  72. Seventy-two /s’eventi tu:/
  73. Seventy-three /s’eventi thri:/
  74. Seventy-four /s’eventy fo:r/
  75. Seventy-five /s’eventy faiv/
  76. Seventy-six /s’eventy siks/
  77. Seventy-seven /s’eventi s’even/
  78. Seventy-eight /s’eventi eit/
  79. Seventy-nine /s’eventi nain/
  80. Eighty /’eiti/
  81. Eighty-one /’eiti wun/
  82. Eighty-two /’eiti tu:/
  83. Eighty-three /’eiti thri:/
  84. Eighty-four /’eiti fo:r/
  85. Eighty-five /’eiti faiv/
  86. Eighty-six /’eiti siks/
  87. Eighty-seven /’eiti s’even/
  88. Eighty-eight /’eiti eit/
  89. Eighty-nine /’eiti nain/
  90. Ninety /n’ainti/
  91. Ninety-one /n’ainti wun/
  92. Ninety-two /n’ainti tu:/
  93. Ninety-three /n’ainti thri:/
  94. Ninety-four /n’ainti fo:r/
  95. Ninety-five /n’ainti faiv/
  96. Ninety-six /n’ainti siks/
  97. Ninety-seven /n’ainti s’even/
  98. Ninety-eight /n’ainti eit/
  99. Ninety-nine /n’ainti nain/


  • Different spelling but meaning and pronunciation will not change!

BRITISH           /        AMERICAN 

1. Centre         /           Center

2. Behaviour      /         Behavior

3. Humour      /       Humor

4. Authorise   /      Authorize

5.  Recognise     /        Recognize

6. Symbolise    /     Symbolize

7. Spelt        /      Spelled

8. Programme      /      Program

9 . Kerb         /       Curb





  1. Every trick in the book: It means you do everything to achieve something; 

i.e. I have tried every trick in the book to help you!

2. In my book: It means in my opinion;

e.g. I would not do that in my book.

3. By the book: It means follow the rules;

i.e. Soccer is played by the book.

4. Don’t judge a book by its cover! 

e.g. A) I am not going to eat it.  B) Don’t jugde a 

book by its cover. You have not even tried. Eat it.

5. Bookworm: It is a person who likes to read; 

i.e. I am a bookworm. I love to read!

6. Hit the books: It means ”study”. 

e.g. I have got to hit the books today. There is a text tomorrow!



  • For job or work:
  1. Temporary job: It means only a short contract;

i.e. For 3 months.

2. Permanent job: It means it can work till you decide whether you stay or not. 

e.g. I will work all my life.

  • (Temporary # Permanent) = opposite. 

3. Full-time job: It means it will usually work 35 hours a week. (Uk);

e.g. She will work in a full-time job here;

4. Part-time job: It will only be working a few hours a week.

i.e. I have got two jobs now because of working in a part-time job in the morning.





  1. Please! = In the wrong context. When giving or offering someone something.

i.e. I’II give it to her, please!!*

2. Forming questions incorrectly!

i.e. How is they?*

3. pronunciation ofTH‘!

i.e. I fink so.* ( = thing)

4. Mixing up Present perfect with Past Simple. 

i.e. I have been to Peru last year; *

e.g. I have went there. *

  • * It means that it is incorrectly. 



  • All right: American English;
  • Alright: British English (informal);
  • All right: British English (formal).


1. Ask about health;

e.g. Are you all right?

2. Permission; 

e.g. Is it all right whether I sit there?

3. Greeting (Uk) = Informal espressions!

e.g. A) Alright? (Intonation) B) Alright!

i.e. A) Alright *mate? B) yeah! (*mate = friend)

A) Alright love? B) yeah, thanks!

4. Exclamation;

e.g. All right! Let’s started!

5. Bit of alright! (Informal expression) (UK). 

  • It means someone is good-looking.

e.g. She’s a bit of alright! = she is good-looking!