What is the numbers 1 to 20 in French?
French Numbers 1 through 20 Posted by Transparent Language on Oct 17, 2012 in Vocabulary
What are the numbers 1 to 10 in French?
Zéro, un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix.
What is the number Deux?
French Numbers 1-10: How to Count to Ten in French
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?”
How do you count to 3 in French?
Two is deux (deuh). Three is trois (twah). Four is quatre (katr). Five is cinq (sank).
Learn numbers six through ten.
- Six is six (seese).
- Seven is sept (set).
- Eight is huit (wheet).
- Nine is neuf (nurf).
- Ten is dix (deese).
How do you say two in French?
17 = 10 + 7, dix-sept. 18 = 10 + 8, dix-huit.
Numbers in French: 1-20.
How do you read French numbers?
The French numbers from 100-1000, and beyond!
- 100 – cent.
- 101 – cent-un.
- 102- cent-deux.
- 110 – cent-dix.
- 150 – cent-cinquante.
- 155 – cent-cinquante-cinq.
- 189 – cent-quatre-vingt-neuf.
- 200 – deux-cents.
How do you count to 21 in French?
French Numbers: 20-69
- 20 : vingt.
- 21 : vingt-et-un.
- 22 : vingt-deux.
- 23 : vingt-trois.
- 24 : vingt-quatre.
- 25 : vingt-cinq.
- 26 : vingt-six.
- 27 : vingt-sept.
How do you say 71 in French?
71, there is an “and” (et) pronounced, but no dashes: vingt et un, trente et un. 2. For numbers between 20–60, dashes are used to add 2–9: vingt-deux, vingt-trois, etc.
Do numbers have genders in French?
Numbers like “1st,” “2nd,” and “3rd” that is. Premier becomes première if it’s feminine. Le premier or la première (the first). The other ordinal numbers don’t change genders.
How do you say 91?
91 in words is written as Ninety One.
Why do the French not have a word for 70?
Switzerland uses ‘septante’ for 70, ‘octante’ or ‘huitante’ for 80 and ‘nonante’ for 90. In some parts of Belgium, some of these are used too. So why didn’t the French think of this? … Many believe it ended up in French due to the influence of the Celts in France, whose languages use the base 20 system.