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Ordinal numbers are numbers that are used to indicate the order in which things happen. They are used when giving directions, in recipes and many other places in the English language. In informal writing we often use the number plus an abbrivated form of the English word, such as 1st Street. In this exercise you are asked to match the abbreviated form of ordial numbers 1 through 10 to their long forms. To make a match, drag the long form of the number in the right column to the correct abbreviated form in the left column. When you think that all the matches are correct, click the 'Check' button to get your results.

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