What is the rule for numbers in French?
Numbers are invariable in French, i.e. numbers are always spelt in the same way. Thus, 2 will always be written deux, 40 quarante etc. J’ai rangé les quatre livres que je viens d’acheter dans ma bibliothèque. (I put the four books I’ve just bought in my bookcase.)
How do I say 17 in French?
17 = 10 + 7, dix-sept.
Numbers in French: 1-20.
|17||dix-sept||dees set (equal emphasis)|
|18||dix-huit||dees wheet (equal emphasis)|
|19||dix-neuf||dees nuhf (equal emphasis)|
What is your name in French?
If you’d like to say “What is your name?” in French, you generally have two options. To pose the question formally, you’d say “Comment vous-appelez vous? Speaking informally, you can simply ask “Comment t’appelles-tu?”
What are the 4 seasons in French?
Seasons in France
In France, there are four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall, or autumn, as it is sometimes called, after the Latin autumnus. The French use the word automne, which has the same origins, as well as hiver, printemps, and été to designate the three other seasons.
How do you say 1000 in French?
When talking about “one hundred” or “one thousand” in French, we don’t say the “one”, we only say “cent” and “mille”. However when talking about “one million”, “one billion” we do say the one: “un million, un milliard”.
Do you add an S to Mille in French?
You won’t have to worry about adding an extra s to the word mille, which always stays singular: En France, huit cent cinquante mille personnes sont atteintes de la maladie d’Alzheimer. In France, eight hundred fifty thousand people are affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
What do French numbers look like?
French people usually state phone numbers as a sequence of five double-digit numbers, e.g., 0x xx xx xx xx (and not, for example, 0 xxx-xxx-xxx or 0xxx-xx-xxxx or 0xx-xxx-xxxx).