This question was prompted by Do digits after the decimal point have a specific name?. How does one correctly refer in spoken speech the part of a number after the decimal point. Would 123.45 be spoken as "one hundred twenty three point four five" or one hundred twenty three point forty five"?
I've always spoken it as the former (point four five), but more often nowadays I'm hearing it as "point forty five". Not sure if there's a correct way, or if people nowadays are just getting more sloppy in pronunciation and grammar and are finding it easier to just modify the language to their benefit rather than try and maintain long-established language standards.