# 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.

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

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

How to count from 60-99 in French

- 60 : soixante.
- 61 : soixante-et-un.
- 62 : soixante-deux.
- 63 : soixante-trois.
- 64 : soixante-quatre.
- 65 : soixante-cinq.
- 66 : soixante-six.
- 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.