In English, this is formally read as "zero point zero eight one zero." It is not uncommon to leave off the first zero, as "point zero eight one zero."
I should mention that, in most European countries, a comma is used to mark the radix point rather than a decimal. The only difference is that you would say "comma" rather than "point."
300 words can be read in three minutes.
Sure can't. They can't read words. But they can read amotions.
The homophones (sound-alike words) are read andreed, or read and red.The words read (present tense, reed) and read (past tense, red) are homographs, meaning they are written the same, not sounded the same.
A first grade student isn't tested on the number of words read a minute. They are tested on how many words that they read correctly on a page.
The average human can read at 200-250 words per minutes. If you read for 24 hours straight at the same reading pace, you would read 288,000-360,000 words.
so you can read them. if there were no words then how would we read it?actually, Special:Contributions, some books are totally pictures.
the average person can read 244 words a minute.