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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #83059: Hundred, thousand, million
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Numbers | Quantities [Change theme]
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    Hundred, thousand, million


    1. HUNDRED and THOUSAND are invariant when the number is definite / ascertained.

    Ex. : There are two hundred candidates.

    Three thousand people died during this war.

    Four million three thousand men.

    A hundred miles away

                          A thousand years

    One thousand million(s)

    2. BUT not in other cases (+ of):

    Ex. : Hundreds of thousands of birds migrated south last week.


    You can say both:

    Ex. : two million women ... OR: Two millions of women


    Exercise :

    English exercise "Hundred, thousand, million" created by hidalgo with The test builder
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    1. Suddenly, swarming locusts darkened the sky of the island causing the tourists to abandon the beaches.

    2. A few years ago, the volcano was still showing signs of activity.

    3. It might cost you several euros to have your car repaired.

    4. More than two wild green budgerigars have been spotted in inner-London.

    5. students had sat the exam but only two them passed it.

    6. people are demonstrating in the streets.

    7. Some years ago, people could never have imagined all the changes that have taken place.

    8. Three soldiers participated in the battle.

    9. One mile is equivalent to and nine metres. (1.609 m.)

    10. Hundreds fell ill after eating this cheese.

    11. This star receives letters each year from admirers.

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