**Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Number**

**Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Number**

### Cardinal Number

A Cardinal Number is a number that shows (says) quantity or how many of something or someone.

Examples:

*One book (it means there is a book).*

*Two pens (it means that the quantity of pens is two).*

*Three boxes of eggs (it means that there are three boxes of eggs).*

*Four glasses of water (it means that the quantity of water is four glasses)*

*Five girls (it means that the quantity of girls is five).*

*Six boys (it means that the quantity of boys is six).*

### Ordinal Number

An Ordinal Number is a number that shows (tells) about the position or (order) of something or someone in a list or an order or a distribution. (Also read : Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal SHALL)

Examples:

*1 ^{st} box (it means that the ordering of something in the box is number one).*

*2 ^{nd} rank (it means that the rank position of someone or something is number two).*

*3 ^{rd} child (it means that the position of the child is number three).*

*4 ^{th} birth (it means that the birth of someone or something is number four).*

*5 ^{th} card (it means that the distribution of the card is number five). *(Also read other article at : Latihan Online Soal Uraian Simple Present Tense)

### Below is the list to show the Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Number

Cardinal Number | Ordinal Number |

1 = One
2 = Two 3 = Three 4 = Four 5 = Five 6 = Six 7 = Seven 8 = Eight 9 = Nine 10 = Ten 11 = Eleven 12 = Twelve 13 =Thirteen 14 = Fourteen 16 = Fifteen 16 = Sixteen 17 = Seventeen 18 = Eighteen 19 = Nineteen 20 = Twenty 21 = Twenty one 22 = twenty two 23 = twenty three 24 = twenty four . . . = . . . . . . 30 = thirty 31 = thirty one 32 = Thirty two . . . = . . . . . . 40 = forty 41 = forty one . . . = . . . . . . 50 = fifty 60 = sixty 70 = seventy 80 = eighty 90 = ninety 100 = one hundred 105 = one hundred five 200 = two hundred 268 = two hundred sixty eight 1000 = one thousand 1000000 = one million |
1^{st} = first
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 . . . = . . . . . . 30 31 32 . . . = . . . . . . 40 41 . . . = . . . . . 50 60 70 80 90 100 105 200 268 1000 1000000 |

To make difference between cardinal and ordinal number, we usually construct ordinal number by adding “TH” from in the end of cardinal number, such as: 4 + th = 4^{th}, 7 + th = 7^{th}, 2876 + th = 2876^{th}, etc. (except for number: 1 + st = 1^{st}, 2 + nd = 2^{nd} and 3 + rd = 3^{rd }). (Also read other article at : Istilah Seputar Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi)

That’s all about Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Number we can share. Hopefully the information about Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Number will be useful for understanding about Cardinal number and Ordinal number.

If you want to continue having information about the function and implementation of cardinal and ordinal numbers in sentences, please find on my next post entitled “FUNCTION OF CARDINAL NUMBER” and “FUNCTION OF ORDINAL NUMBER”. (Also read other article at : Soal Pilihan Ganda tentang Seni Suara)

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