French Numbers: Learn to Count from 1 to 1000

Posted on 01. Nov, 2011 by in Vocabulary

Un, deux, trois, c’est parti (one, two, three, here we go)!

So… you want to learn how to count in French like a pro?

Well, look no further mes amis, because the Transparent French Blog will show you how to do it—en un tour de main (in a flash)! 

The key to learning how to count in French from 100 to 1000 is to learn the first hundred numbers, from 1 to 100; all you have to do after that is just put on the front cent (one hundred), or deux cent (two hundred), or trois cent (three hundred), or quatre cent (four hundred), or cinq cents (five hundred), etc.

Plutôt facile, non? (rather easy, no?)

 
Prenons quelques exemples (let us take a few examples), to make it even clearer

  • 7 = Sept, 700 = Sept cent, 707 = Sept cent sept
  • 307 = Trois cent sept
  • 801 = Huit cent un
  • 18 = Dix-huit, 100 = cent, 118 = Cent dix-huit
  • 918 = Neuf cent dix-huit

 

* D’abord (first), the first 100 numbers in French:

  • 0 Zéro 
  • 1 Un
  • 2 Deux  
  • 3 Trois
  • 4 Quatre 
  • 5 Cinq
  • 6 Six
  • 7 Sept
  • 8 Huit
  • 9 Neuf 
  • 10 Dix
  • 11 Onze 
  • 12 Douze
  • 13 Treize 
  • 14 Quatorze 
  • 15 Quinze 
  • 16 Seize 
  • 17 Dix-sept
  • 18 Dix-huit
  • 19 Dix-neuf
  • 20 Vingt
  • 21 Vingt et un
  • 22 Vingt-deux
  • 23 Vingt-trois
  • 24 Vingt-quatre
  • 25 Vingt-cinq
  • 26 Vingt-six
  • 27 Vingt-sept 
  • 28 Vingt-huit 
  • 29 Vingt-neuf 
  • 30 Trente
  • 31 Trente et un 
  • 32 Trente-deux 
  • 33 Trente-trois 
  • 34 Trente-quatre 
  • 35 Trente-cinq 
  • 36 Trente-six  
  • 37 Trente-sept 
  • 38 Trente-huit
  • 39 Trente-neuf 
  • 40 Quarante 
  • 41 Quarante et un
  • 42 Quarante-deux 
  • 43 Quarante-trois   
  • 44 Quarante-quatre 
  • 45 Quarante-cinq 
  • 46 Quarante-six 
  • 47 Quarante-sept 
  • 48 Quarante-huit 
  • 49 Quarante-neuf 
  • 50 Cinquante 
  • 51 Cinquante et un 
  • 52 Cinquante-deux 
  • 53 Cinquante-trois
  • 54 Cinquante-quatre
  • 55 Cinquante-cinq
  • 56 Cinquante-six
  • 57 Cinquante-sept
  • 58 Cinquante-huit
  • 59 Cinquante-neuf 
  • 60 Soixante 
  • 61 Soixante et un
  • 62 Soixante-deux
  • 63 Soixante-trois 
  • 64 Soixante-quatre 
  • 65 Soixante-cinq 
  • 66 Soixante-six 
  • 67 Soixante-sept  
  • 68 Soixante-huit 
  • 69 Soixante-neuf 
  • 70 Soixante-dix 
  • 71 Soixante et onze 
  • 72 Soixante-douze 
  • 73 Soixante-treize 
  • 74 Soixante-quatorze 
  • 75 Soixante-quinze  
  • 76 Soixante-seize 
  • 77 Soixante-dix-sept
  • 78 Soixante-dix-huit
  • 79 Soixante dix-neuf 
  • 80 Quatre-vingts (Literally “Four twenties”!)
  • 81 Quatre-vingt-un 
  • 82 Quatre-vingt-deux 
  • 83 Quatre-vingt-trois 
  • 84 Quatre-vingt-quatre  
  • 85 Quatre-vingt-cinq 
  • 86 Quatre-vingt-six 
  • 87 Quatre-vingt-sept 
  • 88 Quatre-vingt-huit
  • 89 Quatre-vingt-neuf 
  • 90 Quatre-vingt-dix 
  • 91 Quatre-vingt-onze  
  • 92 Quatre-vingt-douze 
  • 93 Quatre-vingt-treize 
  • 94 Quatre-vingt-quatorze 
  • 95 Quatre-vingt-quinze 
  • 96 Quatre-vingt-seize 
  • 97 Quatre-vingt-dix-sept 
  • 98 Quatre-vingt-dix-huit 
  • 99 Quatre-vingt dix-neuf 

 

  • 100 Cent  
  • 101 Cent un 
  • 102 Cent deux
  • 103 Cent trois
  • etc.

 

  • 500 Cinq cent 
  • 501 Cinq cent un
  • 502 Cinq cent deux
  • 503 Cinq cent trois
  • 504 Cinq cent quatre
  • 505 Cinq cent cinque
  • etc.
  • 600 Six cent 
  • 700 Sept cent 
  • 800 Huit cent
  • 900 Neuf cent 
Et enfin (and finally):

1000 Mille !


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20 Responses to “French Numbers: Learn to Count from 1 to 1000”

  1. Exotic 7 November 2011 at 9:09 pm #

    i like this site, does anyone know how to say a billion in french if you do please reply thanks
    Exotical out

  2. Exotic 7 November 2011 at 9:14 pm #

    i forgot Exotic out peace poof bye

  3. Hichem 8 November 2011 at 7:20 am #

    Hi Exotic: One billion in French is “un milliard” :)

  4. Exotic 9 November 2011 at 6:22 pm #

    wow thanks so much

  5. The_Talented 11 December 2011 at 6:18 pm #

    i love this website so much
    if you know how to say 1000 in french reply back please

  6. Hichem 12 December 2011 at 4:22 pm #

    Bonjour!
    1000 in French is “mille“, as in the expression “en plein dans le mille“, which means “bull’s eye” (“you got it!”)

  7. exotic 22 December 2011 at 3:37 am #

    This site rocks hey does anyone know how to say puppys are so cute in French write back soon
    Exotic out peace

  8. exotic 22 December 2011 at 3:44 am #

    I cant wait 4 christmas merry christmas and hannuka

  9. exotic 22 December 2011 at 3:45 am #

    Seeya remember reply 2 my early question avwa

  10. Le Mister French 22 December 2011 at 11:16 am #

    Salut Exotic!
    Very glad you enjoy the French Blog :)
    To say “Puppies are so cute” in French would be “Les chiots sont tellement mignons.
    Now, make sure that when you say “chiot”, you do not pronounce the last “t”, otherwise you would be saying something like “the toilet’s so cute’…

  11. exotic 25 December 2011 at 11:37 pm #

    Hey thanks for replying Cus I love puppys

  12. exotic 26 December 2011 at 2:19 am #

    Hey its me again just wanted to say merry Christmas iv got a question so like who got at least two things they wanted for Christmas I did I got a life sized Penguin and all the Harry potter movies yayyyy

  13. exotic 26 December 2011 at 2:23 am #

    Oh and the comment b4 this one was at 11:37 AM and the one b4,was at 8:20 PM so yayyy

  14. HoneyPoney 4 March 2012 at 2:27 pm #

    Bonjour!

  15. Sean Rasmussen 17 March 2012 at 12:46 pm #

    Hello,

    I’ve made both this site (where you can see and hear the numbers from 0-1000), as well as an iPhone app which features 0-1,000,000.

    Sean

  16. Sean Rasmussen 17 March 2012 at 12:47 pm #

    Hello,

    I’ve made both this site (where you can see and hear the numbers from 0-1000), as well as an iPhone app which features 0-1,000,000.

    http://www.learnfrenchnumbers.com

    Sean

  17. ILOVEFRENCH:D 6 September 2012 at 1:14 am #

    I LOVE FRENCH :D <3

  18. MON PRENOM EST MALDHA 7 November 2012 at 10:41 am #

    Bonjour, Je m’appelle Maldha, J’habite a Maldives :3 Annd I’m not very fluent in French and found it SO DAMN HARD to learn the numbers and I finaaaally did iiit :D Thanks to this site C:

  19. garreth99 29 November 2012 at 3:13 am #

    yay french is awesome garreth99

  20. Michael 31 December 2012 at 12:33 am #

    Bonjour tout le monde. Je suis très satisfait que vous nous avez donné les nombres en français. Ce sera m’aider avec l’apprendre. Merci beaucoup :)!


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