French numbers 

French numbers 

French numbers 
French numbers 

French numbers 

French numbers are similar to English numbers, but they are pronounced differently. Here are the numbers from 1 to 20 in French:

1 – un

2 – deux

3 – trois

4 – quatre

5 – cinq

6 – six

7 – sept

8 – huit

9 – neuf

10 – dix

11 – onze

12 – douze

13 – treize

14 – quatorze

15 – quinze

16 – seize

17 – dix-sept

18 – dix-huit

19 – dix-neuf

20 – vingt

After twenty, French numbers are constructed by combining the tens and units digits. For example, 21 is “vingt et un” (twenty and one), 22 is “vingt-deux” (twenty-two), 30 is “trente” (thirty), and so on.

Here are some other important French numbers:

100 – cent 1000 – mille 1,000,000 – un million

To form larger numbers, French uses a similar system to English. For example, “two hundred and fifty” in French would be “deux cent cinquante” (literally “two hundred fifty”). “One thousand two hundred and thirty-four” would be “mille deux cent trente-quatre” (literally “a thousand two hundred thirty-four”).

When counting, French speakers often use the word “et” (and) between the tens and units digits, as in “quatre-vingt-dix-neuf” (literally “four twenties ten nine”), which means 99.

That’s a brief overview of French numbers. Practice and repetition can help improve your skills, and there are many resources available online to help with learning French numbers.

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