0 TO 19

0

Zero

1

Uno

2

Due

3

Tre

4

Quattro

5

Cinque

6

Sei

7

Sette

8

Otto

9

Nove

10

Dieci

11

Undici

12

Dodici

13

Tredici

14

Quattordici

15

Quindici

16

Sedici

17

Diciassette

18

Diciotto

19

Diciannove

20 TO 39

20

Venti

21

Ventuno

22

Ventidue

23

Venitre

24

Ventiquattro

25

Venticinque

26

Ventisei

27

Ventisette

28

Ventotto

29

Ventinove

30

Trenta

31

Trentuno

32

Trentadue

33

Trentatre

34

Trentaquattro

35

Trentacinque

36

Trentasei

37

Trentasette

38

Trentotto

39

Trentanove

TENS

10

Dieci

20

Venti

30

Trenta

40

Quaranta

50

Cinquanta

60

Sessanta

70

Settanta

80

Ottanta

90

Novanta

The numbers up to 10 will need to be learned. The tens are formed by adding -anta to the digit-stem. However, the exact spelling will need to be learned as generally letters are omitted or inserted between the stem and the suffix to aid pronunciation. The words for 10 and 20 are exceptions, in that they do not end in the -anta suffix.

Italian two-digit numbers are written as a single words (i.e. without spaces or hyphens). The numbers 11 to 16 follow a similar pattern to the English numbers 11 to 19. They end in -dici.

For numbers above 16, the unit word is added to the tens stem. Again, letters are often omitted and the 'rules' for this are best learned by studying the words for numbers up to 100.

Ordinals are irregular and will need to be learned individually.

LARGER NUMBERS

100

Cento

1,000

Mille

1,000,000

Un milione

ORDINALS

first (1st)

Primo (1)

second (2nd)

Secondo (2)

third (3rd)

Terzo (3)

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