Ordinal Numbers - Angka Urutan Di Dalam Bahasa Inggris


Ordinal number adalah angka yang menunjukan urutan dari sesuatu dan mempunyai ciri-ciri akhiran seperti st, nd, rd, dan th.

Berikut merupakan contoh ordinal number:

1st : first (pertama)

2nd: second (kedua)

3rd : third (ketiga)

4th : fourth (keempat)

5th : fifth (kelima)

6th : sixth (keenam)

7th : seventh (ketujuh)

8th : eighth (kedelapan)

9th : ninth (kesembilan)

10th : tenth (kesepuluh)

11th : eleventh (kesebelas)

12th : twelfth (kedua belas)

13th : thirteenth (ketiga belas)

14th : fourteenth (keempat belas)

15th : fifteenth (kelima belas)

20th : twentieth (kedua puluh)

21st : twenty-first (kedua puluh satu)

22nd : twenty-second (kedua puluh dua)

23rd : twenty-third (kedua puluh tiga)

24th : twenty-fourth (kedua puluh empat)

30th : thirtieth (ketiga puluh)

31st : thirty-first (ketiga puluh satu)

dan seterusnya.

Biasanya ordinal number digunakan dalam kalimat yang mengungkapkan tanggal, urutan maju ke sebuah acara, urutan juara dalam suatu lomba, dan lain-lain.

LISTENING SECTION

 

Todd: Hello. Are you the new teacher?

Natalie: I am, yes. My name's Natalie. What's your name?

Todd: I'm Todd. Nice to meet you.

Natalie: Nice to meet you, too.

Todd: Welcome to the school.

Natalie: Thank you.

Todd: What is your morning schedule?

Natalie: In the first period, I teach Math.

Todd: So do I. I teach Math first period, too.

Natalie: Oh, cool. After that, for the second period, I teach French.

Todd: You speak French?

Natalie: I do. Oui Oui.

Todd: That's great. Well, I speak some Japanese, so I teach Japanese in the second period.

Natalie: Oh, that's so cool. I wish I spoke Japanese.

Todd: Yeah, but my Japanese is not very good.

Natalie: Oh.

Todd: But I'm the only teacher that speaks Japanese, so I teach Japanese.

Natalie: Maybe you could teach me one day.

Todd: Maybe, but I don't know much. How about the third period? What do you teach the third period?

Natalie: The third period, I teach English.

Todd: Ah. I teach English, too. Our schedules are very similar.

Natalie: I know, although it is my first day. I'm a little nervous.

Todd: What about the afternoon schedule? What do you teach in the fourth period?

Natalie: The fourth period, I think I have Physics.

Todd: Oh, you teach Physics?

Natalie: Yeah. I love Physics. Do you teach Physics?

Todd: No, I don't teach Physics, but I teach Math. I teach Math fourth period.

Natalie: Oh. What do you teach in the fifth period?

Todd: In the fifth period, that's the sports period. I am the cross-country coach.

Natalie: Oh. I have sports, too, but I'm the coach for swimming.

Todd: Oh, really? Are you a good swimmer?

Natalie: I think I'm a really good swimmer. How about you?

Todd: I can swim, but I'm not a good swimmer. I like running.

Natalie: Oh, I hate running. How far do you run?

Todd: Well, for the class, usually we run 5K every day.

Natalie: Wow! 5K. Sixth period, I hear that's our teaching hours.

Todd: Yeah. Sixth period, we are in the classroom, but the students are free. They can do what they want. But students can come to class and ask questions.

Natalie: Oh, cool. Do lots of students come and ask questions?

Todd: Yeah. Some students come, but not too many.

Natalie: Oh, okay.

Todd: Well, this is your first day and your first week, so maybe the job will be a little crazy. But I think after your second or third week, the job will be very, very easy.

Natalie: I hope so. I'm really excited to meet the students. They seem great.

Todd: Oh, I think the students will like you a lot.

Natalie: Oh, I hope so, too. Maybe if you have some time, you could give me a tour of the school?

Todd: Sure. I'd love to.

Natalie: Great. Thanks.

 
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