Precautions while using Social Networking Sites
Control commentsBlogs are beginning to use authenticated commenting systems like IntenseDebate (acquired by Automattic, the makers of WordPress blogging software.) Anonymous blog comments (marked as anonymous) are fine but some goofballs get their jollies leaving comments under someone elses name. It probably happens more often than we think. Commenting systems like IntenseDebate allow users to make anonymous or unregistered comments, or registered users can login and leave the comment as a verified user, letting others know it really is them. Contact the site administrator immediately if you find someone is impersonating you on a social networking site or in blog comments. Most reputable sites will take down the impersonated content. If they wont remove the content, ask that they note youve contacted them indicating you didnt leave the comment or personal page.
Use hundred when there is a specific number, and use hundreds when you don't know or can't count how many. This rule also applies to thousand/thousands and million/millions. This skeleton is thousands of years old. This skeleton is three thousand years old.
When saying numbers, always use the singular form:
250 = Two hundred and fifty
Two hundreds and fifty
7,812 = Seven thousand, eight hundred and twelve
Seven thousands, eight hundreds and twelve
$10,000,000 = Ten million dollars
Ten millions of dollars