# "Sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth"

Translation:dek-sesa, dek-sepa, dek-oka, dek-naŭa

3 years ago

## 3 Comments

Tenriserket

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Lol I read it as "sixteenth" as in "one sixteenth" since thats a common way to express fractions, not needing an article. So I answered wrong with "dek sesono, dek sepono, dek okono, dek naŭono"

1 year ago

mbalicki

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Please remember, that since the fraction is of the whole number *dek ses*, it has to be written as one word *deksesono* (or with a dash, which is always optional). ;)

It's an important distinction with more than one fraction, since e.g. *dek sesonoj* means 10 ⋅ ¹⁄₆, while *deksesonoj* means an unspecified number of fractions ¹⁄₁₆.

1 year ago