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Mechanics Lesson #56 CCSS.ELA–LITERACY.L. 2 Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing. Numbers within Text.

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Mechanics Lesson #56

CCSS.ELA–LITERACY.L. 2

Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.

Numbers within Text

Spell out numbers from one to nine, but use Arabic numerals for #s10 and larger. However, spell out the number if used at the beginning of a sentence. Examples: five, 24, Six is a lot of donuts.

If a sentence has one number from one to nine and others larger, use Arabic numerals for all. Examples: Both numbers 2 and 12 were selected.

If numbers are next to each other, use the Arabic numeral for one and spell out the other. Examples: We ate 3 six-inch sandwiches.

Practice

“Twelve is a dozen. However, we say that 13 is a baker’s dozen and two is a pair.”

Practice

“Twelve is a dozen. However, we say that 13 is a baker’s dozen and two is a pair.”