Arabic Numbers 1 – 20

Posted on 18. Oct, 2012 by in Arabic Language, Pronunciation, Vocabulary

flickr.com/photos/seeminglee/If you’re new to Arabic, we’ve created this simple table of Arabic numbers from 1 to 20 just for you. We’ve also included a video with voice pronunciation. Listen to it a few times, and make sure to practice saying the words out loud too; this will really help you retain the information.

When you’re ready to learn more Arabic numbers, check out our Arabic Numbers 1 – 100 post!

 

0

صفر

Sifr

1

واحد

waa7id

2

اثنان

ithnaan

3

ثلاثة

thalaatha

4

أربعة

arba3a

5

خمسة

khamsa

6

ستة

sitta

7

سبعة

sab3a

8

ثمانية

thamaaneya

9

تسعة

tis3a

10

عشرة

3ashara

11

أحد عشر

a7ada 3ashar

12

اثنا عشر

ithna 3ashar

13

ثلاثة عشر

thalaathata 3ashar

14

أربعة عشر

arba3ata 3ashar

 

15

خمسة عشر

khamsata 3ashar

16

ستة عشر

sittata 3ashar

17

سبعة عشر

sab3ata 3ashar

18

ثمانية عشر

thamaneyata 3ashar

19

تسعة عشر

tis3ata 3ashar

20

عشرون

3ishroon

 

In the following video, the Arabic numbers are shown and pronounced.  Listen to the video a few times, and you’ll be surprised how quickly you start to pick it up.

 

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