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    i-/ ii- symbols

    Hi,

    I've seen these letters in my english book and could not understand what they stand for, Could someone help telling what they mean?????????
    i:.....

    ii:...
    They were before some exlanation.
    Thank you loads.


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    Smile Re: i-/ ii- symbols

    These are small case roman numerals. Capitalized i and ii are I and II. They represent the numbers 1 and 2.

    i, ii, iii, iv, v, vi, vii, viii, ix, x

    I, II, III, etc.

    'x' is the roman numeral 'ten'.

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