Answering the question as written:
1 kb = 1000 bits and 1 bit = 1000 millibits (mb)
So 119 kb = 119,000,000 mb.
However, 1 Mb = 1,000,000,000 mb.
Hence 119 kb = 0.119 Mb (Megabits).
Some people, including Microsoft, do not respect the IEC standard that distinguishes between kb and Kib, or Mb and Mib. Units based on powers of 2 such as 1 Mib being 2²⁰ bits should be used only for things such as RAM chips, which use full binary addressing. File sizes, disk drive capacities, etc, do not often come out as a power of 2. They should use 1 Mb being 10⁶ bits.
I hope this helps.