# How do you say 100 in French?

## How do you say 100 in French?

The numbers between 80 and 89 add the numbers 1-9 to quatre-vingts. The number 90 is quatre-vingt-dix. Again, the numbers 11-19 are added to quatre-vingts to make the numbers 91 to 99….Numbers in French: 70-100.

Number In French Mathematical Equation
99 quatre-vingt-dix-neuf 4 x 20 + 19
100 cent

### How do you count from 1 to 50 in French?

Luckily, they aren’t too difficult, and there are some tricks you can use to help.

1. Un (uh) is 1.
2. Deux (duhr) is 2.
3. Trois (twah) is 3.
4. Quatre (katr) is 4.
5. Cinq (sank) is 5.
6. Six (sees) is 6.
7. Sept (seht) is 7.
8. Huit (weet) is 8.

#### How do you count from 1 to 60 in French?

How to count from 60-99 in French

1. 60 : soixante.
2. 61 : soixante-et-un.
3. 62 : soixante-deux.
4. 63 : soixante-trois.
5. 64 : soixante-quatre.
6. 65 : soixante-cinq.
7. 66 : soixante-six.
8. 67 : soixante-sept.

How do the French use the 24 hour clock?

French numbers In French, time is usually based on the 24-hour clock, like military time. Instead of 1 to 11 a.m., followed by 12 to 11 p.m., the clock continues counting up from 12, so that 1 p.m. is 13, 2 p.m. is 14, all the way up to 24.

Why is French counting weird?

To make things more difficult, large numbers in French are generally spoken as a whole rather than broken down into digits. Phone numbers in France are said in pairs, so someone might tell you their number is zero six, trente-et-un, quatre-vingt-dix etc.

## How do you count from 1 to 3 in French?

Zéro, un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix.

### What is the number 80 in French?

quatre-vingt
Instead, the French use their number for sixty and ten, soixante and dix, to represent the number 70 as soixante-dix. After that, you get sixty-eleven, sixty-twelve, and so on until you reach 80. Then, the phrase four-twenty, or quatre-vingt, is used to represent 80.