In America we write money and dates with periods and commas, as do Europeans with puntos and virgulas. But, they are reversed as to sequence, i.e. $3,400.25 is three thousand four hundred and 25 cents. In Euros it would be (forget the exchange rate), (Euro symbol) 3.400,25. Tres mil cuatro centos y ventay cinco euros, I think.
How does one say it when spelling it out? In English I might say three comma four zero zero point two five. A local Los Angeles radio station says its identicaiton as cento siete punto cinco, 107.5 FM, even though in Spanish it is a Los Angeles Mexian station, obviously using America punctuation.
So, the question is, how would you say an average of 10.5 points per game of his shots, as in a basketball/baloncesto average scroing of a player? Or the radio station 107.5? Or the money item 3,400.25?
In English we might say ten point five baskets per game. But in Europe what would you use for the comma, 10,5 points per game. Can it be diez punto cinco puntos'