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Have you ever thought how many times you use numbers in everyday conversation? Whenever you tell someone your address, or your age, or your phone number, you’ll need to use numbers. Like English, larger numbers – like 32 – are built on smaller ones, so you’ll learn how to combine two and thirty to make a whole new number. If you learn the digits from 1-9 and rounded numbers like 20 and 40, you’ll find that constructing more complex numbers is a snap! Click here to visit Words Lesson 9, and learn to count in French.

Section 3

French Phrases – Lesson 9 (Numbers) Page 1

 

This lesson consists out of 3 pages. Use the orange buttons on the right to navigate through the whole lesson before you press the green “next” button for the next lesson. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3
play J’ai trois sœurs.
I have three sisters.
play J’ai deux frères.
I have two brothers.
play J’ai quatre enfants.
I have four children.
play J’ai vingt-quatre ans.
I am twenty-four years old.
play Un billet pour Paris, s’il vous plaît.
One ticket to Paris, please.
play Quatre billets aller-retour à Paris, s’il vous plaît.
Four return tickets to Paris, please.
play Cela coûte vingt-cinq euros.
It cost 25 Euros.
play Je reste dans la chambre numéro cinq.
I stay in room number five.
play Sept heures du soir.
7 p.m.
play Dix-neuf heures.
19:00
play Huit heures du matin.
8 a.m.
play Onze heures du matin.
11 a.m.
play Trois heures trente.
Half past three.
play Cinq heures dix.
5:10 (Ten past five)
This lesson consists out of 3 pages. Use the orange buttons on the right to navigate through the whole lesson before you press the green “next” button for the next lesson. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3

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