recap numbers


Please find a list of all major and important French Numbers.

Scroll down to the bottom to find amazing and perfect videos from an English University lecturer describing the French number system in detail and the ins and out of French marking. These are very much worth a watch and the professor provides incredible simple and insightful information.

0. zero

1. un (a)

2. deux (dew)

3. trois (twa)

4. quatre (cat)

5. cinq (sank)

6. six (seez)

7. sept (set)

8. huit (wheat)

9. neuf (nef)

10. dix (deez)

11. ounze

12. douze

13. trieze

14. quatorze (cat-orze)

15. quinze (cans)

16. seize (se-z)

17. dix-sept

18. dix-huit

19. dix-neuf

20. vingt (van)

21. vingt et un

22. vingt-deux

23. vingt-trois

24. vingt-quatre

25. vingt-cinq

26. vingt-six

27. vingt-sept

28. vingt-huit

29. vingt-neuf

30. trente

31. trent et un

40. quarant

41. quarant et un

50. cinquant

51. cinquant et un

60. soixant

61. soixant et un

70. soixant-dix

80. quatre-vingt

90. quatre-vingt-dix

100. cent (sont)

101. cent un

102. cent deux

1,000. mille (mil)

2,000. deux mille

1,000,000. un million (mily-on)

1,000,000,000. un milliard (mily-ard)

Note

Conjoined numbers are written with hypens e.g. 44 (quarante-quatre) or are written with et un e.g. 41 (quarante et un)

reference: http://www.french-linguistics.co.uk/tutorials/numbers/

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Great video relating to numbers!

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