Les nombres (Ley Nombr) – Numbers

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Les nombres (Ley Nombr) - Numbers


Once it reaches 2 digits, French people call numbers “Les Nombres” (Ley-Nombr).
So we are going to start from 10 to 20.

Sample Problem

10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20.


10: Dix (Diss)! Ten
11: Onze (Onz)! Eleven
12: Douze (Duz)! Twelve
13: Treize (Taez)! Thirteen
14: Quatorze (Khatohrz)! Fourteen
15: Quinze (Cainz)! Fifteen
16: Seize (Saez)! Sixteen
Things change from here: It goes 10 and the number (dix- something).
17: Dix-Sept (Dissaept)! Seventeen
18: Dix-Huit (Disswheat)! Eighteen
19: Dix-Neuf (Dissnoef)! Nineteen
20: Vingt (Vain)! Don’t pronounce the “n” .

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