We use a full stop for a decimal point (i.e between whole numbers and decimal fractions) and a comma after millions and thousands ( i.e every three whole digits). We use ‘nought’ before the decimal point but ‘oh’ after it.
Numbers in different accents
After ‘point’ we say numbers separate separate
Nought (Amr) point five
at, from, to, by
Last years sales started the year at 250 million Euros. They rose from 250 million in the first quarter to 275 million Euros in the second quarter. In the next three months, they increased by 225 million to 500 million Euros. Unfortunately they then fell by 100 million Euros to a final total of 400 millions Euros in the last three months of the year.
Our sales went up by 500 units from 2.500 in October to 3,000 in November. They stayed at 3,000 units in December.