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  • He wants ten million dollars.

  • It's ten thousand things.

  • He buys five hundred balloons.

  • It's twenty five miles.

  • It's twelve million pounds.

  • It's five thousand dollars.

  • It's ten thousand pounds.

  • It's ten million miles.

  • It's one hundred rubles.

  • There are five million books.

  • I need three hours.

  • You can stay here for ten years.

  • I need twenty minutes.

  • We come back in two hours.

  • I come back in forty-five minutes.

  • You can walk there in ten minutes.

  • He has only two minutes.

  • I can be there in fifteen minutes.

  • I can be there in five minutes.

  • We finish in two hours.

  • Every story has two sides.

  • My friend is twenty years old.

  • I have two tasks.

  • The dragon has three heads.

  • An inch is two point fifty four centimeters.

  • Each cat catches seven mice.

  • We need three horses.

  • You win ten dollars.

  • I have two pictures.

  • We have twenty trees.

  • We have five rabbits.

  • There are four airports.

  • Thirteen is an unlucky number.

  • Each week has seven days.

  • There are thirty teachers in my school.

  • The dress has four parts.

  • The opera has three parts.

  • We have five lessons each week.

  • The park has two parts.

  • I know five languages.

  • I have four daughters.

  • The trip takes three hours.

  • This module has two topics.

  • The city is in ten miles.

  • The rain finally stops after three days.

  • This chocolate only costs about thirty cents.

  • Tyler runs ten kilometers.

  • He's twenty years older than you!

  • She's two years older than me.

  • He's two years older than me.

  • He is three centimeters taller than her.

  • I need eighty dollars.

  • You have fifty dollars!

  • I have seven sisters.

  • I choose five numbers.

  • You have four minutes.

  • You have three days.

  • You have ten tasks.

  • We use two languages.

  • I have eight dollars.

  • You have fifty minutes.

  • It's three minutes to eight.

  • The answer is two thirds.

  • A cat has nine lives.

  • My sister has six books.

  • The record is sixty-four days.

  • There are three main tasks.

  • I have three phones.

  • The man has thirteen houses.

  • The building has ten floors.

  • My dog has three puppies.

  • It's two thousand dollars.

  • It costs four million dollars

  • He has ten thousand men.

  • It's twenty thousand dollars.

  • This radio is twenty-nine dollars.

  • This is one of the best ways to learn English quickly.

  • The flight takes forty-five minutes.

  • I have twenty dollars.

  • A cube has six sides.

  • Each lesson lasts forty minutes.

  • I have five lessons today.

  • A woman has two children.

  • Each team has seven players.

  • My mother has four cats.

  • This hotel has seven floors.

  • The price is three dollars.

  • The house has three rooms.

  • It's twenty million years.

  • It's six hundred rubles.

  • I had three cats.

  • I sent a million messages!

  • I wrote a thousand books.

  • I asked a million times

  • I try ten times.

  • You have fifteen minutes.

  • You have three messages.

  • I have thirty minutes.

  • I see two girls.

  • You have seven hours.

  • You have two flats.

  • I have four coins.

  • I have thirty dollars.

  • I want sixty dollars.

  • She's ten years younger than me.

  • She's six centimeters taller than him!

  • She's two weeks younger than you.

  • Every story has two sides

  • We come back in three days.

  • She comes back in two weeks.

  • I am here for four months.

  • Give me fifteen seconds!

  • They arrive in fifteen minutes.

  • I come back in forty minutes.

  • He can be here in three days.

  • We can be there in fifteen minutes.

  • It's five minutes to four.

  • It's five minutes to one.

  • It's six minutes to eight.

  • It lasted seven hours and fifteen days.

  • It lasted two months and three days.

  • It's been forty days and forty nights

  • It lasted ten months and two days.

  • The video lasts nine minutes.

  • It takes eight years.

  • These shoes are forty-five dollars.

  • This cat is twelve years old.

  • Each class lasts three hours.

  • The match takes seventy minutes.

  • I live here for seven years.

  • That song has over a hundred lines.

  • She has a million dresses.

  • We finish in twenty minutes.

  • They start in ten minutes.

  • We have three groups.

  • We begin in thirty minutes.

  • I am back in five minutes.

  • We need two days.

  • I go to bed in five minutes.

  • It's twenty minutes to five.

  • It is eight minutes to ten!

  • It is five minutes to ten.

  • It's four minutes to three.

  • It's ten minutes to three.

  • It's five minutes to eight.

  • It's five minutes to six!

  • It is ten minutes to four.

  • There are five museums in the city.

  • A woman comes here every two weeks.

  • A day is like a thousand years

  • There is no platform nine and three-quarters.

  • I know a million songs.

  • She sleeps for six hours.

  • I come back in six months.

  • I can come there in ten minutes.

  • I can be there in fifteen minutes.

  • We can be there in twenty minutes.

  • We are late for forty-five minutes.

  • That building has fifty-four floors.

  • This chair has three legs.

  • The table has four legs.

  • The game lasts six minutes.

  • The flight takes eight hours.

  • My friend has eight cousins.

  • This program takes four months.

  • This building has twenty-two floors.

  • This band has two singers.

  • We need six days.

  • He sleeps for four hours.

  • We meet again in eight hours.

  • She has seventy thousand pounds.

  • Each video has two parts.

  • My TV has sixty-four channels.

  • The book has two parts.

  • Their family has three flats.