Math and Arithmetic

# How do you write 125.37?

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For the numerical form, it is exactly what you wrote above.

If you want to write it in words, it is one hundred and twenty five point thirty seven.

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"Write/writes" is the present tense.I writeWe writeYou writeHe/she writesThey write

Write the "\$" Then write the "1" Then write another "1" Then write a "6" Then write a "0" You have written \$1160.

You can write anything you want to write.

Write/writes.I writeWe writeYou writeHe/she writesThey writeWriting is the present participle.

An infitive verb could be "to write." The present forms of this would be I write, you write, he/she writes, we write, they write, you all write, etc.

Kirjutama. He/she writes - kirjutab ; they write - kirjutavad ; you write (plural) - kirjutate ; you write (singular) - kirjutad ; i write - kirjutan

You write it as 30/200.You write it as 30/200.You write it as 30/200.You write it as 30/200.

Some one can certainly write to you a poem, write for you a poem or write on you in a poem or even write on you a poem, which ?

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You can write whatever you want to write! If you're interested in animals, write about them.

You should write it as 5'6"You should write it as 5'6"You should write it as 5'6"You should write it as 5'6"

"Write" is a verb and therefore is the same applied to singular and plural, for example:"I write the music." and "They write the music."

Here are some idioms about writing:Nothing to write home aboutDon't forget to write!to write up somethingthe write up on someonewriting someone/something offwrite in on somethingwrite against somethingwrite back to someonewrite something upwrite awaywrite off for something

The future tense of write is will write

&eacute;crire = to write J'&eacute;cris = I write

I need to write a sentence with Disinterest and Eventually in it what should i write?I need to write a sentence with Disinterest and Eventually in it what should i write?

It's future tense. See the following conjugation. I shall write you will write he/she/it will write ---------------------- we shall write you [all] will write they will write

&eacute;crire is the verb "to write"It is a regular -re verb and so the present tense conjugation goes like this:j'&eacute;cris - I am writing ~ I write ~ I do writetu &eacute;cris - You are writing ~ You write ~ You do writeil/elle &eacute;crit - He/she is writing ~ He/she writes ~ He/she does writenous &eacute;crivons - We are writing ~ We write ~ We do writevous &eacute;crivez - You (plural) are writing ~ You (plural) write ~ You (plural) do writeils/elles &eacute;crivent - They are writing ~ They write ~ They do write

Write more and more whenever and how much you can write that the only way to write fast.

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