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In most French-speaking countries, there is no word for 70, 80, and 90. Instead, for the numbers 70 to 79, combine the tens with the tens. … For numbers 90 to 99, combine the number 4, the number 20, and the tens. For example, 90 is four 20s plus 10, 91 is four 20s plus 11, and so forth.

## What is the rule for French numbers?

French numbers are always invariable in their spelling, except: round number 80 → quatre-vingts (with a final S) number 100 when it is multiplied and not followed by another digit: 700 = 7×100 → sept cents (with a final S)

## How do you count in French?

Numbers 1-10 in French

- un.
- deux.
- trois.
- quatre.
- cinq.
- six.
- sept.
- huit.

## How do I learn French counting?

Here are the numbers 70-79 in French:

- 70 – soixante-dix.
- 71 – soixante-et-onze.
- 72 – soixante-douze.
- 73 – soixante-treize.
- 74 – soixante-quatorze.
- 75 – soixante-quinze.
- 76 – soixante-seize.
- 77 – soixante-dix-sept.

## How do you say 1000000 in French?

So while “one million” in English is 1,000,000, in French it’s 1.000. 000. Alternately, un million can also be written 1 000 000, where the periods are replaced by single spaces. What would you do with un million de dollars or deux virgule deux millions d’euros?

## What we say Quinze in French?

Fifteen is the number 15.

## What are the numbers 1 to 100 in French?

French Numbers 1-100: How to Count to 100 in French

1-10 | 11-20 | 91-100 |
---|---|---|

1 un | 11 onze | 91 quatre-vingt-onze |

2 deux | 12 douze | 92 quatre-vingt-douze |

3 trois | 13 treize | 93 quatre-vingt-treize |

4 quatre | 14 quatorze | 94 quatre-vingt-quatorze |

## How do you count from 1 to 50 in French?

To count to 50 in French, memorize the numbers from 1-9, which are un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, and neuf. Then, move on to 10-19, which are dix, onze, douze, treize, quatorze, quinze, seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, and dix-neuf.