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Ambos son correctos. Según la RAE: \2. Ortografía de los números escritos con cifras. Para escribir correctamente los números expresados en cifras, debe tenerse en cuenta lo siguiente: a) Al escribir números de más de cuatro cifras, se agruparán estas de tres en tres, empezando por la derecha, y separando los grupos por espacios en blanco: 8 ...


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Es la segunda forma. Aunque las dos son válidas. 1.000,00


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La segunda forma, creo, es la más común por ser la forma tradicional, pero en el área que mencionas, es la primera por influencia anglosajona. Por esta razón (de existir dos formas), si recuerdo bien, la RAE recomienda la forma científica con espacios entre miles, y punto o coma (con preferencia por punto) después de las unidades como 1 234 567.89 Sin ...


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Radio is an entirely auditory experience. I would suggest the purpose is primarily to give a boring telephone in a way that sounds more interesting and much more memorable. I think it is accomplished here by changing the rhythm and emphasizing the accent on tres. Besides that I think the economy of saving one syllable is made up by not having the extra ...


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I disagree with the answer accepted, although for some specific cases might be right. First of all he is asking about a telephone number. We must remeber that each country, and even in some cases, different states, have different phone numbers convention, see here In the case the radio was Spanish (from Spain), our convention is to say the numbers in ...


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Consider the case of years: "1978" for you is nineteen seventy eight, which for me in Chile is mil nueve setenta y ocho ("thousand and nine and seventy eight "). Why none of us says one-nine-seven-eight (the shortest) or one thousand nine hundred and seventy eight (the proper)? We need to group units into manageable pieces by both memory as phonics. ...


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It's quite usual, to group digits arbitrarly when pronouncing phone numbers. And in this case, I find it natural, I'd probably pronounce it in that way: "tres veintitrés" sounds to me more neat and clear than "tres dos tres". True, the later is shorter, but it also can be slightly more confusing (in particular, "dos" sometimes -perhaps not here- can be ...



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