How are the numbers in English written: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10?

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How are the numbers in English written: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10?

  • So the figures themselves are written as well, but they are read and written in letters in a different way:

    • one - уан - 1,
    • two - that - 2,
    • three - here you need to make a tongue between your teeth and say something like C, and then RI. This is 3.
    • four - pho, 4,
    • five - a file - 5,
    • six - siks - 6,
    • seven - seven - 7,
    • eight - emit - 8,
    • The nine - nines - 9,
    • ten - ten - 10.
  • The figures 0,1,2,3,4,5, .... 9 are Arabic numerals, they are written like this in any civilized state, but are pronounced in the language of the native speaker.

  • Numbers are elementary numbers from 0 to 9, and 10 is even a number from two digits. In English, the figures are written as follows:

    zero is zero, more often zero in numbers is called as oy, that is, the letter o

    one-one, if we are not talking about numbers then single

    two - two; if we are not talking about numbers, then couple

    three to three

    four - four

    five to five

    six to six

    seven to seven

    eight to eight

    nine - nine

    ten-ten

  • Figures are written in English, however, as in French, in German, in Russian, absolutely the same

    1,2,3,4, 5,6,7,8,9,10.

    But they are pronounced in each language in their own way. English version:

    0 - zero zru - zirow

    1 - one wn van

    2 - two tu: that

    3 - three ri: sri (sorry for the low syllable)

    4 - four f: pho

    5 - five fav files

    6 - six sks

    7 - seven sev () n seven

    8 - eight et ayt

    9 - nine nan nan

    10 - ten ten - ten

    For a better pronunciation of the numbers, I propose to listen, as they are pronounced, the native speaker of the language:

    For small children, it will be good to watch the next video. Better not find it. Look, and see for yourself.

  • 0-zero or oh-when, for example, we call a phone number one digit (in which case zero is never used)

    1-one

    2-two

    3-three

    4-four, by the way, if the number is 40, then forty is written (without u between o and r)

    5-five

    6-six

    7-seven

    8-eight

    9-nine

    10-ten

  • Correctly so:

    -0- will be written - ZERO;

    -1- will be written - ONE;

    -2- will be written - TWO;

    -3- will be written - THREE;

    -4- will be written - FOUR;

    -5- will be written - FIVE;

    -6- will be written - SIX;

    -7- will be written - SEVEN;

    -8- will be written - EIGHT;

    -9- will be written - NINE;

    -10- will be written - Have.

  • We know the writing and sounding of numerals in English from the 5 class (and the current children are from 2, or even earlier).

    How often I remember, always made a mistake in the word eight. Well, this eight did not come to my mind.

    Even now sometimes in my mind I dictate to myself eigth :)

    That's how we live:)

    • 1 - one Ван
    • 2 - Two that
    • 3 - three sri
    • 4 - four pho
    • 5 - five files
    • 6 - six Six
    • 7 - seven seven
    • 8 - eight ayt
    • 9 - nine nines
    • 10 - th - Teng
    • 0 - zero - zirow
  • 0 - zero - zero. Free pronunciation - zirou, zero.

    1 is one-one. Free pronunciation - van, uwan.

    2 - two - two. Free pronunciation is that.

    3 - three - three. Free pronunciation - Sri (not clear C).

    4 - four - four. Free pronunciation - pho.

    5 - five - five. Free pronunciation - fayv.

    6 - six - six. Free pronunciation - Syx, Six.

    7 - seven - seven. Free pronunciation - seven, seven.

    8 - eight - eight. A free pronunciation is ayte.

    9 - nine - nine. Free pronunciation is nain.

    10 - ten - ten. Free pronunciation - ten, ten.

    In general, nothing complicated. Just have to remember, that's all.

  • Here are written how to write the numbers in English - in the first column.

    How to pronounce the numbers - in the second column.

    Zero (zirou) is 0.

    One (van) is 1.

    Two is the 2.

    Three (Sri) is 3.

    Four is 4.

    Five (files) is 5.

    Six is ​​the 6.

    Seven (seven) is 7.

    Eight is the 8.

    Nine is 9.

    Ten (ten) is 10.

  • Each digit in English has its own pronunciation and each corresponds to its own set of letters, that is, words. To be literate you need to be able to write the names of digits in English:

    Numeral 0 is written ZERO - pronounced ZIRO;

    Numeral 1 is written ONE - pronounced OAS;

    Numeral 2 is written TWO - pronounced TU (even somehow thu);

    Numeral 3 is written THREE - pronounced FRE (but Φ is pronounced closer to C);

    Numeral 4 is written FOUR - pronounced FO;

    Numeral 5 is written FIVE - pronounced FIVE;

    Numeral 6 is written SIX - pronounced SIX;

    Numeral 7 is written SEVEN - pronounced SEVEN;

    Numeral 8 is written EIGHT - pronounced EYTCH;

    Numeral 9 is written NINE - pronounced Nain;

    Numeral 10 is written Have - pronounced TEN.

  • The figures from 0 to 10 in English should be written like this :

    Zero - zero 0

    One - one 1

    Two - two 2

    Three - three 3

    Four - four 4

    Five - five 5

    Six - six 6

    Seven - seven 7

    Eight - eight 8

    Nine - nine 9

    Ten - ten 10.

    And here it is pronounced so : zirou, van, tu, sri, pho, fayv, seks, seven, eit, nain, ten.

    In English, the pronunciation of words is very different from spelling, as well as in Russian.

  • The numbers you specify, from zero to the ten, are written in English like this:

    0 will be Zero

    1 will be the One

    2 will be Two

    3 will be Three

    4 will be Four

    5 will be Five

    6 will be Six

    7 will be Seven

    8 will be Eight

    9 will be Nine

    10 will be Ten

  • The Arabic language is Arabic, but their pronunciation is:

    1 one-van, van,

    2 two -th (wrong chyu, and even with a Russian accent),

    3 three -free, φ is pronounced between φ and c,

    4 four-pho or in the American version of forts,

    5 five-files, and in not deafening,

    6 six -six, and sounds between u and u,

    7 seven-sevn,

    8 eight-eit (tc)

    9 nine-nines,

    10 ten-ten (tchen).

  • In English one - one, two - two, three - three, four - four, five - five, six - seven, seven - seven, seven - eight, nine - nine, ten - ten. A zero for the British - zero. What is interesting, when the British indicate the time, they do not mention the word zero. So five zero zero on an electronic clock they just read like five oclock. In Russian speech, we habitually read the figures that we see.

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