0 TO 19

0

nul

1

een

2

twee

3

drie

4

vier

5

vijf

6

zes

7

zeven

8

acht

9

negen

10

tien

11

elf

12

twaalf

13

dertien

14

veertien

15

vijftien

16

zestien

17

zeventien

18

achttien

19

negentien

20 TO 39

20

twintig

21

eenentwintig

22

tweeŽntwintig

23

drieŽntwintig

24

vierentwintig

25

vijfentwintig

26

zesentwintig

27

zevenentwintig

28

achtentwintig

29

negenentwintig

30

dertig

31

eenendertig

32

tweeŽndertig

33

vierendertig

34

vijfendertig

35

zesen

36

zevenen

37

zevenen

38

achten

39

negenen

TENS

10

tien

20

twintig

30

dertig

40

veertig

50

vijftig

60

zestig

70

zeventig

80

tachtig

90

negentig

The numbers from 1 to 12 will simply need to be learned. From 13 to 19 they follow a very similar pattern to the 'teens' in English.

Thereafter the numbers up to 100 follow a regular pattern. The suffix -tig is added to the numbers 2 to 9 to form the tens from 20 to 90 respectively, although there are slight differences with 20, 30, 40, and 80.

The ordinals are generally formed by adding the suffix -de to the cardinal stem. Exceptions are: 1st, 3rd, and 8th which are, respectively, eerste, derde, and achtste.

LARGER NUMBERS

100

honderd

972

negenhonderd tweeŽnzeventig

1,000

duizend

3,750

drie duizend zeven honderd en vijftig

1,000,000

ťťn miljoen

ORDINALS

first (1st)

eerste

second (2nd)

tweede

third (3rd)

derde

fourth (4th)

vierde

fifth (5th)

vijfde

sixth (6th)

zesde

seventh (7th)

zevende

eighth (8th)

achtste

ninth (9th)

negende

tenth (10th)

tiende

20 TO 39

20

twintig

21

eenentwintig

22

tweeŽntwintig

23

drieŽntwintig

24

vierentwintig

25

vijfentwintig

26

zesentwintig

27

zevenentwintig

28

achtentwintig

29

negenentwintig

30

dertig

31

eenendertig

32

tweeŽndertig

33

drieŽndertig

34

vierendertig

35

vijfendertig

36

zesendertig

37

zevenendertig

38

achtendertig

39

negenendertig



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