Hello, I wonder how you read decimal numbers in your language. I am afraid only Czech and Slovak uses a very unique reading I haven't encountered in other languages except my mother tongue, so I wonder what origin it is if it is used in other Slavic languages, too. I am mostly interested in the unique word "celý (whole)".... Czech: 0,6 -- žádná/nula celá šest desetin [lit.: zero whole six tenth] 1,06 -- jedna celá šest setin [lit.: one whole six hundredth] 2,6 -- dvě celé šest desetin [lit.: two wholes six tenth] 5,6 -- pět celých šest desetin [lit.: five wholes six tenth] So you can see the word celý (whole) is declined according to the Czech grammar rules, tenth or hundredth is nothing especial it exists in most languages. In common language the tenth or hundreth is left out. Do you use the word celý (whole)???????? Thanks.