a
###### /ˈeɪ/, /ə/
determiner
used when we want to talk about a person or thing for the first time or when other people may not know who or what they are

### Examples

1A girl brings back some oranges.
2A woman brings back some bananas.
3His most successful business as a teenager was running a lottery.
4Every grain tells a story.
5A colleague was physically there.
hundred
###### /ˈhəndɝd/, /ˈhəndɹəd/, /ˈhəndɹɪd/, /ˈhənɝd/
numeral
the number 100; the number of years in a century

### Examples

1And hundreds joined Dunmore’s forces.
2Hundreds died.
3Scientists first suggested this theory hundreds of years ago.
4It has hundreds.
5So you say hundreds.
and
###### /ˈænd/, /ənd/
conjunction
used to connect two words, phrases, or sentences referring to related things

### Examples

1The system revolutionized the restaurant business and introduced the term "fast food."
2His new mommy had medical professional training and it's a really good fit.
3And both methods came up with pretty similar results.
4His determination and devotion moved the princess.
5And the court then has to make a determination.
five
###### /ˈfaɪv/
numeral
the number 5; the number of fingers we have on one hand

### Examples

1There are about five million people in Scotland.
2About five thousand people live in The City, and at weekends it feels empty.
3At least five migrant children have died in government custody since September.
4- Do five!
5One. - One, two - Two - Three - Three - Four - Four, five - Make an omelet.
two hundred
###### /tˈuː hˈʌndɹəd/
referring to the numerical value that represents the result of multiplying two by one hundred

### Examples

three hundred
###### /θɹˈiː hˈʌndɹəd/
referring to the numerical value that represents the quantity or value obtained by multiplying three by one hundred

### Examples

fifty
###### /ˈfɪfti/
numeral
the number 50; the number of fingers on five monkeys

### Examples

1Fifty percent said, "Warm beer."
2At the age, fifty was a very advanced age.
3That subject is fifty shades.
4The larger craft could transport fifty to a hundred troops in their hold.
5You accept fifties?
seventy-five
###### /ˈsɛvəntiˌfaɪv/
the number 75; the number of legs on seven crabs plus five

### Examples

1Did you know Seventy-five percent of people say they’re shy in social situations.
thousand
###### /ˈθaʊzən/, /ˈθaʊzənd/
numeral
the number 1000; the number of meters in one kilometer

### Examples

1About ten thousand years ago, humans learned to farm.
2Apparently, the human nose has about one thousand different types of olfactory neurons.
3About five thousand people live in The City, and at weekends it feels empty.
4The Trump era restriction affected thousands of migrants.
5Thousands of goldfish have infested West Medical Lake and are now crowding out the native fish population.
million
###### /ˈmɪɫjən/
numeral
the number 1 followed by 6 zeros; 1,000,000

### Examples

1There are about five million people in Scotland.
2About 630,000 people live in the city and about 1.2 million in and near it.
3They bilked people out of a million dollars, and when they just went broke recently, they still owe somebody else another million euros.
4They bilked people out of a million dollars, and when they just went broke recently, they still owe somebody else another million euros.
5Schneider puts millions through the Trump Toronto.