Welcome to how do you spell, our website about the spelling of numbers and words. Here you can find the correct spelling of ordinal numbers, cardinal numbers and selected words. For each item, being a number or a word, we have created a post with some additional information beyond the pure facts.
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Regarding the spelling of numbers, what matters is that you understand the difference between cardinals, e.g. one or hundred and ordinals, e.g first or hundredth.
Give our search form a try now inserting, for example, how do you spell x, x being a natural number of your choosing:
These are our most sought spellings in the how do you spell number category:
Further information about numerals and numbers can be found in the referenced sites. Next we are going to give you an overview about the spelling of words.
As a side note, here you can find Spanish numbers, including the pronunciation as audio.
Spelling words boils down to orthography, but understanding grammar concepts such as nouns, pronoms, adjectives and adverbs is certainly an advantage.
The words listed in this category usually pose some difficulties as to the correct spelling, such, as for instance, the words “business” and “through”.
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