## G10_2 - Tavas and Nafas

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Tavas and Nafas

Today Tavas got his test result as an integer score and he wants to share it with his girlfriend, Nafas.

His phone operating system is Tavdroid, and its keyboard doesn't have any digits! He wants to share his score with Nafas via text, so he has no choice but to send this number using words.

He ate coffee mix without water again, so right now he's really messed up and can't think.

Your task is to help him by telling him what to type.

### Input

The first and only line of input contains an integer s (0 ≤ s ≤ 99), Tavas's score.

### Output

In the first and only line of output, print a single string consisting only from English lowercase letters and hyphens ('-'). Do not use spaces.

### Example

```Input:
6

Output:
six
```
```input99outputninety-nine input99
outputninety-nine
input20
outputtwenty

Cardinal numbersCardinal numbers refer to the size of a group. In English, these words are numerals.

0

zero (nought)

10

ten

1

one

11

eleven

2

two

12

twelve (a dozen)

20

twenty (a score)

3

three

13

thirteen

30

thirty

4

four

14

fourteen

40

forty (no "u")

5

five

15

fifteen (note "f", not   "v")

50

fifty (note "f", not   "v")

6

six

16

sixteen

60

sixty

7

seven

17

seventeen

70

seventy

8

eight

18

eighteen (only one "t")

80

eighty (only one "t")

9

nine

19

nineteen

90

ninety (note the "e")

If a number is in the range 21 to 99, and the second digit is not zero, one typically writes the number as two words separated by a hyphen.

21

twenty-one

25

twenty-five

32

thirty-two

58

fifty-eight

64

sixty-four

79

seventy-nine

83

eighty-three

99

ninety-nine

```

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