We speak in words, not numbers. That being said, are these correct? This would be a huge help to me. I thank you in advance for any guidance. Mike said, "My grandfather once owned a fifty-five thousand dollar a year industry in the nineteen seventies." (Only "21-99 are hyphenated in written dialogue, correct? Do not hyphenate compound modifiers.) Joel said, "The figures represented a twenty-two percent a year increase in sales since nineteen ninety-eight." (Look okay?) Marlin said, "The figures represented a sixty-five to seventy million dollar a year increase in funding." (Good?) Joe said, "My telephone number is six one eight, four five zero, nine three five four." (Punctuated correctly with the commas?) Joe said, "My credit card number is zero, four, eight, one, six, one, one, one, four, nine, seven." (Okay?) Helen said, "Martha gave birth to a six pound five ounce baby girl." (Good without hyphens?) Louis said, "Henry was a a savage six foot eight inch juggernaut on the gridiron." (Good without hyphens?) Garry said, "Mike is staying in room number one fifty." (Good?) Helen said, "Mike is staying in Room Five." (Cap "Room Five"?) Connie said, "The nineteen eighty-five hit 'Take on Me' was her favorite song of all time." Thanks.