Telephone Numbers
In the U.S., phone numbers have seven digits, plus an area code. See the example below. The number zero ( "0") is usually pronounced "oh." Some people may pronounce "zero." We say the area code as single digits: area code nine-one-seven.
Listening Practice of Phone Numbers
There are two ways to say extension 215. One is extension two-one-five, and the other is extension two-fifteen. If two digits are the same, some people may use "double" to say the same two numbers such as 7700, double seven double oh.
Playing all sound and repeatedly
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What's your phone number?
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What's your cell phone number?
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My phone number is 853-4967.
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(917) 642-8073
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(818) 252-7700 (seven-seven-oh-oh; double seven double oh)
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(520) 864-6599
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(212) 296-4801
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(646) 938-2165
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1-800-555-1616 (a free call)
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A: What's your extension? B: Extension 215.
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If you need anything else, just dial 101 for the front desk.
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