Apprendre la langue Française (Part Quatre) – Count in French (0 to 69)


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Basics first. The cardinal numbers in French from 0 to 69 are:

0

zéro

10

dix

20

vingt

30

trente

40

quarante

50

cinquante

60

soixante

1

un

11

onze

21

vingt et un

31

trente et un

41

quarante et un

51

cinquante et un

61

soixante et un

2

deux

12

douze

22

vingt-deux

32

42

52 62
3

trois

13

treize

23

vingt-trois

33

43

53 63
4

quatre

14

quatorze

24 34

trente-quatre

44 54 64
5

cinq

15

quinze

25 35

trente-cinq

45 55 65

soixante-cinq

6

six

16

seize

26 36 46

quarante-six

56 66

soixante-six

7

sept

17

dix-sept

27 37 47

quarante-sept

57 67
8

huit

18

dix-huit

28 38 48 58

cinquante-huit

68
9

neuf

19

dix-neuf

29 39 49 59

cinquante-neuf

69

Tip: It is important to memorize the numbers in green, because these are the basic forms. Then all the numbers in red are spelled by combining two numbers e.g. 20 (vingt) + 2 (deux) = 22 (vingt-deux). Except for numbers that ended in 1 (un is preceded with et), all compound numbers are adjoined with a tiret (dash) “-“.

Click on the links (numbers in green) to hear each number pronounced in French.

Operations Mathématiques

Here are a few mathematical operations translated in French.

+    add – plus or et
–    subtract – moms
X    multiply – fois
/    divide – divisé par
=    equal – egal

½    half – demi
10,5    decimal – virgule (e.g. dix virgule cinq)

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