Full transcript of the lesson:

phraseaudiolanguagespeaker
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Like in english, numbers between 10 and 20 have irregular forms.
en
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Numbers higher than 21 then follow more regular and easier rules.
en
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Let's start by listening to 11 to 20 in order.
en
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11 - onze
fr
5
12 - douze
fr
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13 - treize
fr
7
14 - quatorze
fr
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15 - quinze
fr
9
16 - seize
fr
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17 through 19 are regular. Just say "ten-seven", "ten-eight" and "ten-nine".
en
11
17 - dix-sept
fr
12
18 - dix-huit
fr
13
19 - dix-neuf
fr
14
20 - vingt
fr
15
Do you remember how to say 12?
en
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douze
fr
17
Can you repeat 15?
en
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quinze
fr
19
What's the word for 11?
en
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onze
fr
21
Say 20 again.
en
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vingt
fr
23
How do you say 13?
en
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treize
fr
25
Say 14 again.
en
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quatorze
fr
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Say 16.
en
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Seize
fr
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Can you repeat 17 through 19?
en
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dix-sept - dix-huit - dix-neuf
fr
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