Let’s learn French numbers from 1 to 20
This first series of numbers can be tricky. So take your time. After learning these numbers, the other series will be easier.
If you’re at ease with these numbers, you can directly learn numbers from 1 to 100 here.
Watch the video below to train yourself
Listen to these numbers as much as needed.
Now learn how to write these numbers before taking exercises.
∗ Please note that some written letters are silent. Here is the list of tricky numbers with the silent letters crossed out :
∗ The final “e” in 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 is generally almost totally silent, but it is pronounced in some French regions.
∗ 20 can be pronounced ving(t) or vingt depending on the region.
Now train yourself on French numbers with the activities below
1- Match each number to the appropriate French transcription
2- Practice with flashcards on French numbers