Numbers in French

Numbers in French 2017-07-03T14:28:17+00:00

Numbers are a great place to begin your journey into the French language. Start by learning the numbers from 1 to 10, then 11 to 20, 21 to 100 and so on. Pay attention to the recurring patterns that will help you form the higher numbers easily!

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning French“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Numbers

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French in 3 minutes: Digits from 1 to 10

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French in 3 minutes: Digits from 11 to 100

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Numbers from 0 to 10

EnglishFrenchPronunciation
(Audio)
0
zero
zéro
1
one
une
2
two
deux
3
three
trois
4
four
quatre
5
five
cinq
6
six
six
7
seven
sept
8
eight
huit
9
nine
neuf
10
ten
dix

Numbers from 11 to 100

EnglishFrenchPronunciation
(Audio)
11
eleven
onze
12
twelve
douze
13
thirteen
treize
14
fourteen
quatorze
15
fifteen
quinze
16
sixteen
seize
17
seventeen
dix-sept
18
eighteen
dix-huit
19
nineteen
dix-neuf
20
twenty
vingt
21
twenty-one
vingt et un
30
thirty
trente
40
fourty
quarante
50
fifty
cinquante
60
sixty
soixante
70
seventy
soixante-dix
80
eighty
quatre-vingts
90
ninety
quatre-vingt dix
100
one hundred
cent

Numbers from 101 to 1,000,000

EnglishFrenchPronunciation
(Audio)
101
one hundred and one
cent un
200
two hundred
deux cent
300
three hundred
trois cents
400
four hundred
quatre cents
500
five hundred
cinq cents
600
six hundred
six cents
700
seven hundred
sept cents
800
eight hundred
huit cents
900
nine hundred
neuf cent
1000
one thousand
mille
2000
two thousand
deux mille
3000
three thousand
trois mille
5000
five thousand
cinq mille
100000
one hundred thousand
cent mille
1000000
one million
un million

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