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Polish Numbers: 1 – 100 Posted by on Apr 7, 2010 in Vocabulary

I have written about Polish numbers on this blog before, but in several different posts (please use the search function to find them). And this time I was asked to skip all the convoluted grammar explanations and details about what declines, how and when, and just serve the numbers only, straight up.

So here they are – Polish numbers from 0 to 100:

  • 0 – zero
  • 1 – jeden
  • 2 – dwa
  • 3 – trzy
  • 4 – cztery
  • 5 – pięć
  • 6 – sześć
  • 7 – siedem
  • 8 – osiem
  • 9 – dziewięć
  • 10 – dziesięć
  • 11 – jedenaście
  • 12 – dwanaście
  • 13 – trzynaście
  • 14 – czternaście
  • 15 – piętnaście
  • 16 – szesnaście
  • 17 – siedemnaście
  • 18 – osiemnaście
  • 19 – dziewiętnaście
  • 20 – dwadzieścia
  • 30 – trzydzieści
  • 40 – czterdzieści
  • 50 – pięćdziesiąt
  • 60 – sześćdziesiąt
  • 70 – siedemdziesiąt
  • 80 – osiemdziesiąt
  • 90 – dziewięćdziesiąt
  • 100 – sto

Happy counting!!! 🙂

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Comments:

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    hi if anyone is interested in getting any of these local phone numbers in Poland contact us at mydirect.com

  2. carol:

    THanks for the info. I need it for the kids at school. Learning a bit of Polish.

  3. konstancja,preciouse:

    my comment is that i leared my friend polish

  4. konstancja,preciouse:

    I LEARIND NOTHING CAUSE I AM POLISH AND MY FRIEND IS ENGLISH

  5. Yan:

    Interesting, polish names for numbers are really close to russian ones. And osiemnaście even reminds me how Pushkin called 18 (in today’s russian it would be vosiemnadtzat’).

  6. Constancio Manglan:

    Invaluable!! Counting means a lot could turn figures to cash, i. e rubles, pounds into. euro