three) 622 six hundred and twenty-two ( AmE: six hundred twenty-two) : Numbers between 1000 and 1,000,000 is usually said or written in words as: 1,803 one thousand, eight hundred and three ( AmE: one thousand, eight hundred three) 1,963 one. If a telephone number contains a double number, we use the word "double five six one pause double six 'oh' three (AmE: five six one pause six six 'oh' three) : Saying years. Millennia are always read as whole numbers because they would be difficult to pronounce otherwise. You can precede any year by the words "the year" to make your meaning clear, and this is common for two and three digit years.
There is a zero percent chance of rain. You can scroll this chart sideways on mobile (and on desktop if necessary). Written Said 1/3 one third 3/4 three fourths 5/6 five sixths 1/2 one half 3/2 three halves Pronouncing percentages Percentages are easy to read aloud in English. The temperature is -20C. O (the letter name) Used to read years, addresses, times and temperatures nil Used to report sports scores nought Not used in the USA Examples Written Said Three point zero four plus two point zero two makes five point zero six. Years that are within the first 100 years of a new millenium can be read as whole numbers even though they have four digits, or they can be read as two two-digit numbers. If there is a decimal, follow with the decimal pronounced as a whole number, and if coinage has a name in the currency, add that word at the end.
100 - a hundred.
Use 1,000 and 1,000,000 always with 'a' or 'one.