French Numbers - Listen and Repeat
Learn and practice saying French numbers
Learning to count in French is one thing - it's fairly easy to memorize un, deux, trois. It's another matter entirely to be able to think of a number without counting up to it, or to understand individual numbers when you hear them. Fortunately, practice makes perfect, and these sound files can help you to get better at understanding and using French numbers.
|French number exercises|
|Numbers 0-9||Numbers 10-19|
|Numbers 20-69||Numbers 70-99|
|Numbers 100-999||Numbers: 1000s|
|Millions + billions||Decimals|
This multi-page series of exercises can help you with French numbers.
- The first exercise for each group of numbers is a simple list, with a pause after each
one for you
- "Exercises" are random series of several dozen numbers to help
you get used to hearing individual numbers and develop your comprehension.
- The random numbers page plays the sound file for a single randomly generated French number on each click.
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