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Numbers in French

Guess the French words for these numbers. (Spelling counts).
  • As spoken in France
  • Quiz by fullmoon11 - Apr 06, 2017
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Français
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
30
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40
50
60
70
80
90
100
200
1,000
2,000
100,000
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1,000,000
first
second
third
fourth
fifth
sixth
seventh
eighth
ninth
tenth
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(35)
There is no s at the end of quatre-vingt
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Mar 4, 2013
(53)
I agree
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May 10, 2013
(35)
And me
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May 10, 2013
(46)
That's what I thought too.
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May 10, 2013
(37)
moi aussi!
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May 10, 2013
(33)
bonjour
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May 14, 2013
(46)
Moi aussi.
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May 10, 2015
(44)
Moi aussi! (Tietämättä ootteko oikeesti ausseja)
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Jun 20, 2017
(28)
There is one. learn your shit guys. Si un chiffre est multiplié et termine le nombre, on l'accorde
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Jul 5, 2017
(26)
There is an "s" at the end of "quatre-vingts", it derives from "quatre fois vingt" (4 times 20), so it means "four twenties". But this is only true for 80 (or 180, 280, ...) ; for all the other "eighties" the "s" disappears, e.g. 81 = quatre-vingt-un.
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May 10, 2013
(33)
And THAT is the good answer
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Jul 12, 2014
(64)
Exactly
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Feb 9, 2016
(63)
If your up there m. Williams, you were wrong!
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Jun 19, 2017
(48)
I agree too And there should be a S at the end of deux cents
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May 10, 2013
(61)
Yep
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Apr 5, 2016
Changed "deux cent" to "deux-cents", but we won't require the s for that one.
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Apr 6, 2017
(67)
Yet "deux cents" shouldn't have a "-" in the middle...
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Jun 19, 2017
(45)
Et moi
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May 11, 2013
(42)
there actually is, the s is taken off once it becomes 81 or 82 etc...
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Oct 21, 2013
(31)
quatre-vingts is the right answer, but this is only for 80,for 81 till 89 there is no s
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Jul 21, 2014
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there is in 80,180,...etc (when the number besides the 8 is zero) otherwise 81-89 without s (when the number besides the 8 isnt zero)
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Dec 28, 2015
(29)
Good call
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Jun 19, 2017
(28)
There actually is one. In french, when a number is multiplied and finishes the ''word'', there's an s
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Jul 5, 2017
(21)
I can say all of these out loud, but apparently I can't spell them :(
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May 10, 2013
(64)
Same here! I tried "five" in about ten different ways, then gave up.
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May 10, 2013
(16)
me too, deux was impossible to spell
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Jun 19, 2017
(57)
Can you accept "seconde" for second please. (seconde guerre mondiale, par exemple)
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May 10, 2013
(20)
It's Deuxieme Guerre Mondiale
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May 10, 2013
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"Seconde" for "deuixieme" when referring to WWII is the only time it is acceptable to use, but not preferred.
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Jun 15, 2013
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You should, except in a few idiomatic expressions, "second" is a perfectly acceptable substitute for "deuxième". Some people say you should use "second" when there are only two items, and "deuxième", when there's also a third, or more, but you can actually use both in both cases.
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Mar 25, 2014
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Second should definitely be accepted. The exact rule is that "second" is always correct, while "deuxième" can be used only if there is a "troisième".
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Apr 10, 2014
(59)
I'm french and dunkinggandalf and Arp2600 are perfectly right.
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Aug 2, 2014
Second will work now
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Apr 6, 2017
(62)
I’m French too and Youri704 is perfectly right.
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Jun 20, 2017
(32)
One of the few quizzes where I score 100% at first try, but anyway, who needs French who isn't French or African...
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May 10, 2013
(55)
Canadians need French.
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May 10, 2013
(32)
Right I forgot, sorry. But if you didn't grow up with it, it's again one of the many languages which are just annoyingly hard to learn. Thank god there's English which is available for Billions.
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May 11, 2013
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220 million people on five continents speak French. French should overtake Spanish as a world language by 2015, and could overtake Chinese if current demographic projections pan out. It's also a language of the United Nations, the language of the Olympics, the language half the English vocabulary come from, the language of such immortal authors as Molière, Hugo, Zola, Maupassant, Chateaubriand, Proust and countless others... And actually, what the world speaks can barely be considered "English", it's more accurately described as a kind of Globish used by foreigners to communicate among each others. They don't always understand native speakers, which is a shame because English, depsite it's somewhat bastardised origins, is a very intersting language that offers insights into fascinating cultures.
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Mar 25, 2014
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"second" time I agree with you dunkinggandalf and not only because I'm french. And I'm not sure that our friend What would have had 100% with the same quiz in chinese which is the most spoken language in the world...
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Aug 2, 2014
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Yeah 'cause everyone is clamoring to visit Niger, Congo, and the Central African Republic. Such a wonderful legacy French colonialism left behind. Hurt feelings and twisted panties aside, What makes a valid point. Not that it isn't worth it to learn French if you want to live in France, or read French literature, or simply out of a pure love of linguistics; but it's far from necessary for most people. I can remember three times in my life when it probably would have come in handy. The week I spent in France. The two weeks I spent in Tunisia. and the weekend I spent in Lebanon. Aside from that, eh...
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Jun 19, 2017
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Apart from really fascinating personal experiences about how often certain persons needed to speak French in their lives, I guess French is still quite useful in this world, as shown by Dunkinggandalf. But if the question is « What language should I (or my kids) learn at school? », the answer depends on where you live: for British (or Irish, or English-speaking Canadian) people, French still makes sense. For US Americans, Spanish is certainly much more useful. And Australians should probably learn Bahasa Indonesia or Chinese.
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Jun 20, 2017
(51)
The majority of English words stem from Latin through either French, German or Spanish
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Nov 7, 2014
(34)
What with 80!? Spoiled my test!
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May 10, 2013
(25)
Same here.
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Jun 15, 2013
(28)
You're all wrong it is quatre-vingts, stop moaning
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May 10, 2013
(72)
Pleased I remembered that much of my high school French. Fun, thanks!
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May 11, 2013
(43)
Great quiz, got them all right....but then again im french. Although 80 did surprise me as well
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Oct 4, 2013
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it should also be "UN million" instead of just million. Just as English people say one million instead of million
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Jul 12, 2014
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Absolutely, we never say just "million". The right answer is definitely "un million".
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Oct 18, 2014
Okay, un million will work now.
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Oct 18, 2014
(72)
This is still incorrect. The correct answer is "un million".
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Jun 19, 2017
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What about accepting "septante" for 70 and "nonante" for 90. That's what is used in Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, some african countries... that's right, everywhere except France indeed ^^. To be fair, "octante" and "huitante" could be accepted for 80 as well since some swiss people use those.
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Oct 18, 2014
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That is certainly not what we use in Canada. I've lived in Canada my whole life, and it's "soixante-dix" and "quatre-vingt dix".
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Jan 6, 2017
(52)
indeed septante (70), octante (80), nonante (90) should be accepted ..
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May 22, 2017
(72)
Yeah, but since the time I wrote that comment, they added "As spoken in France"...
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Jun 19, 2017
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I know that there is an S at the end of quatre-vingts, but perhaps it should be accepted without the S- I think many people were confused. It is the least-guessed answer on the quiz.
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Mar 9, 2015
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Bon quiz ! Mais il y a un "s" à "deux-cent" et il manque les traits d'union à l'intérieur des nombres (réforme de l'orthographe de 1990). Good quiz! But there are some very little mistakes : "deux cent" -> "deux-cents" and "deux mille" -> "deux-mille" http://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/Annexe:Nombres_en_fran%C3%A7ais
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May 30, 2015
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And "cent-mille".
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May 30, 2015
Fixed. Thank you.
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Apr 6, 2017
(72)
I'll never put an hyphen in deux cents, deux mille, etc. Never :p.
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Jun 19, 2017
(65)
Moi non plus, I think it's a plot to sell more toner or printer ink.
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Jun 19, 2017
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Good quizz, but it should be "deux cents" for 200. But even French people forget it sometimes ;)
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Aug 28, 2015
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you should add "septante" for 70 and "nonante" for 90 ... and why not even "octante" for 80 as they are used in belgium and switzerland
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Mar 3, 2016
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For Octane use C8H18
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Jun 19, 2017
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done with 4:49 left, we live in czech republic (chicago)
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Apr 5, 2016
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I am French and there is a s at the end of quatre vingts when there isn't any word after. That's why there is no s in quatre vingt dix. In deux centS there is a s too when there isn't any word after.
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Jan 18, 2017
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Only got 14. Zero through 10, and 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Learned those so I could listen to the French radio broadcasts of the Montreal Canadiens' Stanley Cup run in 1986. Only way I could follow the games at the time. Always knew the score, which period it was and who had the puck. Oh, and I knew when the announcer yelled, "But!" that somebody had scored. The crowd reaction helped a lot, too. Beat Calgary in 5 games to win the silver chalice!
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May 31, 2017
(46)
Facile et pratique pour apprendre à réécrire ses chiffres.
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Jun 19, 2017
(54)
Finally got them all. Now I need to keep practicing so I don't forget...
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Jun 22, 2017
(9)
quatre-vingt doesn't work
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Jul 22, 2017
(76)
It doesn't work because it is a wrong answer.
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Aug 2, 2017
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