French numbers from 0 to 20

French lesson 2 of vocabulary: numbers from 0 to 20 in French

French numbers from 0 to 20

Numbers from 0 to 20 are the basis for knowing how to count in French. They are very useful on a daily basis. At the beginner level, this is one of the first things to learn and master. The video below will teach you the numbers from 0 to 20 in French:

To learn the French numbers from 0 to 20 well, repeat them after the teacher. When the teacher says 1 (un), say “un”, when the teacher says 2 (deux), say “deux”, when the teacher says 3 (trois), say “trois”, etc., up to 20 (vingt). This way, you will be able to understand them well orally and to pronounce them well. To do this correctly, watch the video several times, repeating each number after the teacher. To write and read them properly, copy the list below several times:

1 = un
2 = deux
3 = trois
4 = quatre
5 = cinq
6 = six
7 = sept
8 = huit
9 = neuf
10 = dix
11 = onze
12 = douze
13 = treize
14 = quatorze
15 = quinze
16 = seize
17 = dix-sept
18 = dix-huit
19 = dix-neuf
20 = vingt

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Once you have successfully mastered this vocabulary lesson about numbers from 0 to 20 in French, you can move on to the next lexicon lesson:

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