### What are the numbers in English?

In a few moments, you'll see how easy it is to count in this international language. In addition, following this simple tutorial you can recognize and pronounce basic way numbers and quantities in English that you can be useful in any travel or conversation. You can then appreciate the list for this purpose, with quantities from 1 to 20, then the tens, hundreds, and ending with the thousands. Why we skip intermediate quantities? later you will see that these can be built easily, so only learning the basic amounts will be able to pronounce and recognize everything else.

List of numbers in English, with its original writing and pronunciation:.

1 (number) - One (you write in English) - uan (how to pronounce; read this as if it were written in Spanish).
2 Two - you
3. Three - zrii
4 Four - foar
5. Five - faiv
6 Six - six
7 Seven - sevn
8 Eight - eit
9. Nine - nain
10 - Ten - ten
11 eleven - ilevn
12 Twelve - tuelv
13 Thirteen - zrtin
14. Fourteen - fortin
15. Fifteen - fiftiin
16 Sixteen - sixtiin
17 - Seventeen - sevntiin
18 Eighteen - eitiin
19 Nineteen - naintiin
20 Twenty - tuenti
30. Thirty - zerti
40 Fourty - forti
50 Fifty - fifti
60. Sixty - sixti
70. Seventy - sevnti
80. Eighty - eiti
90. Ninety - nainti
100 One hundred - uan jandred
200 Two hundred - you jandred
1000 One thousand - uan zausnd
2000 Two thousand - you zausnd
1,000,000 One million - uan milion

To count in English, must learn the numbers from one to twenty, the other tens, to say a hundred, thousand and a million. And how they say the missing numbers in English? For example, 23 (twenty three, in English) is said "tuenti zrii", i.e. only have to combine the numbers with their corresponding pronunciations. Another example: three hundred fifteen (three hundred and fifteen) is said zrii jandred and fiftiin. "" Else: five hundred and twenty-five (Five hundred and twenty five) it says "faiv jandred and tuenti faiv". Now one with figures of a thousand: 1250 (One thousand two hundred and fifty), "uan zausnd you jandred and fifti". We end up with a really big one: 1.470.000 (One million four hundred and seventy thousand) pronounce "uan milion foar jandred and seventi zausnd)

Following this logic, you must add the word "and", which means "and", to use the hundreds, thousands and millions, before moving on to the TENs. Always the same, so easy. This way you have learned what are the numbers in English, and also already know how to pronounce them correctly. Now to practice.