German Numbers

09.11.2019
84.394
A+
A-
German Numbers

Quotations


INTERNET GERMAN LEARNING PRACTICE. GERMAN COURSES ARE ALWAYS WITH YOU.
CLICK, DOWNLOAD NOW

In this second part of our lesson, we will see German numbers after 1, we will go a bit further and learn German numbers up to 100 and learn about German, even millions, even billions, using this information we have learned .

German Numbers

In the daily life, the German numbers that will always be used everywhere and the antagonist will have to be learned very well, how the numbers are formed, and the German numbers have to be recollected in abundance.
Now, let's learn German numbers from first to several hundred.

Numbers from German 1den to 100e

Dear friends, Die is a word in German, meaning numbers. The number of words, that is the numbers we will learn now, is called as Kardinalzahlen. The first, second, third place is called Ordinalzahlen in German.

Now let's start learning the German counting numbers we call the Cardinal.
As in every language, numbers are an important issue in German. It needs to be learned and memorized carefully. However, after learning it, we need to thoroughly practice and thoroughly learn the information learned over and over again. The more the exercise is done, the more the desired number will be translated into German quickly and accurately.

After the number of 0-100 we will see in the first place is well summed up, you can easily learn the next numbers. However, it is absolutely necessary to carefully examine and memorize these statements. German numbers There is also the narration and vocalization in the form of mp3. You can also reach our audio vocabulary in mp3 format by searching the site.

First of all, let's give you a picture of the German numbers we have prepared for you, and then let's start with our German numbers:

German Numbers

German Numbers

Now you can see more than one-twenty German figures in tabular form:

GERMAN COUNTRIES
1 one 11 eleven
2 two 12 twelve
3 three 13 threeten
4 come 14 cometen
5 five 15 fiveten
6 six 16 secheten
7 seven 17 sieveten
8 eight 18 eightten
9 nine 19 nineten
10 ten 20 zwanzig
german numbers

german numbers

We now see these numbers in a list, along with their individual readings:

  • 0: null (nul)
  • 1: eins (ayns)
  • 2: zwei (svay)
  • 3: drei (dray)
  • 4: vier (fi: Ir)
  • 5: fünf (fünf)
  • 6: sechs (zeks)
  • 7: sieben (zi: bu)
  • 8: acht (aht)
  • 9: neun (no: yn)
  • 10: zehn (seiyn)
  • 11: elf (elf)
  • 12: zwölf (zvölf)
  • 13: dreizehn (drayseiyn)
  • 14: vierzehn (fi: ırseiyn)
  • 15: fünfzehn (fünfseiyn)
  • In 16: sechezehn (zeksseiyn)
  • In 17: sievezehn (zibseiyn)
  • 18: achtzehn (ahtseiyn)
  • 19: neunzehn (noynseiyn)
  • 20: zwanzig (svansig)

Note that in the numbers above, the difference between the 16 and 17 numbers is that the letters are dropped (compare 6 and 7).
Sieben => sieb and sechs => sech)
The numbers after the twentieth are obtained by placing the word "und" meaning "and" between one and the other.
But here, unlike in Turkish, they are written not before the step but before the step.
In addition, the eins word, which expresses one digit, is used as ein when writing the other numbers.

If you thoroughly examine the image below, you can easily understand how decimal numbers are written in German.

German Two-Digit Numbers Writing

German Two-Digit Numbers Writing

As you can see in the picture above, they are written not before the step but before the step.

German Letters in Numbers

German Letters in Numbers

Now, from 20 to 40, you can see the numbers in German table:

GERMAN RESOURCES (20-40)
21 ein und zwanzig 31 ein und dreißig
22 zwei und zwanzig 32 zwei und dreißig
23 drei und zwanzig 33 drei und dreißig
24 vier und zwanzig 34 vier und dreißig
25 fünf und zwanzig 35 fünf und dreißig
26 sechs und zwanzig 36 sechs und dreißig
27 sieben und zwanzig 37 sieben und dreißig
28 acht und zwanzig 38 acht und dreißig
29 neun und zwanzig 39 neun und dreißig
30 thirty 40 forty
MISSING THIS: German possessive pronouns

Now let's write a list of the numbers from German 20 to 40, along with their readings:

  • 21: ein und zwanzig (ayn und svansig) (one and twenty = twenty one)
  • 22: zwei und zwanzig (svay und svansig) (two and twenty = twenty two)
  • 23: drei und zwanzig (dray und svansig) (three and twenty = twenty three)
  • 24: vier und zwanzig (fi: ır und zwanzig) (four and twenty = twenty four)
  • 25: fünf und zwanzig (fünf und svansig) (five and twenty = twenty-five)
  • 26: sechs und zwanzig (zeks und svansig) (six and twenty = twenty-six)
  • 27: sieben und zwanzig (zi: bin und svansig) (seven and twenty = twenty seven)
  • 28: acht und zwanzig (aht und svansig) (eight and twenty = twenty-eight)
  • 29: neun und zwanzig (noyn und svansig) (nine and twenty = twenty-nine)
  • 30: dreißig (daysich)
  • 31: einunddreißig (ayn und draysig)
  • 32: zweiunddreißig (svay und draysig)
  • 33: dreiunddreißig (drayunddraysig)
  • 34: vierunddreißig (fi: IrundDraysig)
  • 35: fünfunddreißig (fünfunddraysig)
  • 36: sechsunddreißig (zeksunddraysig)
  • 37: siebenunddreißig (zi: bInunddraysig)
  • 38: achtunddreißig (ahtunddraysig)
  • 39: neununddreißig (noynunddraysig)
  • 40: vierzig (fiyizih)

As you can see here, one writes the digit in the first, adds the word "und" and writes the digit. This rule applies to all the numbers up to the hundredth (for 30-40-50-60-70-80-90) then they are told to step by step.
In the meantime, for clarity and clarity german numbers(eg neun und zwanzig) but in fact these numbers are combined. (such as neunundzwanzig).

German Numbers

GERMAN COUNTRIES
10 ten
20 zwanzig
30 thirty
40 forty
50 fünfzig
60 sechzig
70 siebzig
80 achtziger
90 neunzig
100 hundert

List German numerals with their readings:

  • 10: zehn (seiyn)
  • 20: zwanzig (svansig)
  • 30: dreißig (draysig)
  • 40: vierzig (fi: IrSig)
  • 50: fünfzig (fünfsig)
  • 60: sechzig (zekssig)
  • 70: siebzig (sibsig)
  • 80: achtzig (ahtsig)
  • 90: neunzig (noynsig)
  • 100: hundert (hundert)

Note also the difference in the spelling of the numbers 30,60 and 70 above. These numbers are written in this way continuously.

Spelling Differences in German Numbers

Spelling Differences in German Numbers

We can now write German numbers from 100 to 1, as we learned from German numbers up to 100.

1den 100e Up to German Numbers Table

ALL NUMBER UP TO GERMAN 1 TO 100
1 one 51 ein und fünfzig
2 two 52 zwei und fünfzig
3 three 53 drei und fünfzig
4 come 54 vier und fünfzig
5 five 55 fünf und fünfzig
6 six 56 sechs und fünfzig
7 seven 57 sieben und fünfzig
8 eight 58 acht und fünfzig
9 nine 59 neun und fünfzig
10 ten 60 sechzig
11 eleven 61 ein und sechzig
12 twelve 62 zwei und sechzig
13 thirteen 63 drei und sechzig
14 vierzehn 64 vier und sechzig
15 fifteen 65 fünf und sechzig
16 Sechzehn 66 sechs und sechzig
17 siebzehn 67 sieben und sechzig
18 achtzehn 68 acht und sechzig
19 neunzehn 69 neun und sechzig
20 zwanzig 70 siebzig
21 ein und zwanzig 71 ein und siebzig
22 zwei und zwanzig 72 zwei und siebzig
23 drei und zwanzig 73 drei und siebzig
24 vier und zwanzig 74 vier und siebzig
25 fünf und zwanzig 75 fünf und siebzig
26 sechs und zwanzig 76 sechs und siebzig
27 sieben und zwanzig 77 sieben und siebzig
28 acht und zwanzig 78 acht und siebzig
29 neun und zwanzig 79 neun und siebzig
30 thirty 80 achtziger
31 ein und dreißig 81 ein und achtzig
32 zwei und dreißig 82 zwei und achtzig
33 drei und dreißig 83 drei und achtzig
34 vier und dreißig 84 vier und achtzig
35 fünf und dreißig 85 fünf und achtzig
36 sechs und dreißig 86 sechs und achtzig
37 sieben und dreißig 87 sieben und achtzig
38 acht und dreißig 88 acht und achtzig
39 neun und dreißig 89 neun und achtzig
40 forty 90 neunzig
41 ein und vierzig 91 ein und neunzig
42 zwei und vierzig 92 zwei und neunzig
43 drei und vierzig 93 drei und neunzig
44 vier und vierzig 94 vier und neunzig
45 fünf und vierzig 95 fünf und neunzig
46 sechs und vierzig 96 sechs und neunzig
47 sieben und vierzig 97 sieben und neunzig
48 acht und vierzig 98 acht und neunzig
49 neun und vierzig 99 neun und neunzig
50 fünfzig 100 hundert
MISSING THIS: German Kelimeler

Numbers from German 100den to 1000e

Let's continue with German numbers after 100.
The point we want to appear here is shudder; Normally the numbers are written contiguously but we prefer to write the numbers separately so that we can understand it more easily.
Let's start now with 100:

100: hundert (hundert)

100 is "hundert" in German. The numbers 200-300-400 etc. are in front of the word "hundert" and 2-3-4 etc. The word Hundert (face) can also be used as "ein hundert".
You can come across both.

For example:

  • 200: zwei hundert (svay hundert) (two-hundred)
  • 300: drei hundert (dray hundert) (three-hundred)
  • 400: vier hundert (fi: Ir hundert) (four-hundred)
  • 500: fünf hundert (fünf hundert) (five - hundred)
  • 600: sechs hundert (zeks hundert) (six-hundred)
  • 700: sieben hundert (zi: bin hundert) (seven - hundred)
  • 800: acht hundert (aht hundert) (eight - hundred)
  • 900: neun hundert (noyn hundert) (nine - hundred)

However, for example, if you want to write 115 or 268 or any other face number like this, then the facial number is one later, and you write it down.
Examples:

  • 100: hundert
  • 101: hundert eins
  • 102: hundert zwei
  • 103: hundert drei
  • 104: hundert vier
  • 105: hundert fünf
  • 110: hundert zehn (hundred and ten)
  • 111: hundert elf (face and eleven)
  • 112: hundert zwölf (hundred and twelve)
  • 113: hundert dreizehn (hundred and thirteen)
  • 114: hundert vierzehn (one hundred and fourteen)
  • 120: hundert zwanzig (hundred and twenty)
  • 121: hundert ein und zwanzig (hundred and twenty)
  • 122: hundert zwei und zwanzig (one hundred and twenty)
  • 150: hundert füfzig (hundred and fifty)
  • 201: zwei hundert eins (two hundred and one)
  • 210: zwei hundert zehn (two hundred and ten)
  • 225: zwei hundert fünf und zwanzig (two hundred and twenty-five)
  • 350: drei hundert fünfzig (three hundred and fifty)
  • 598: fünf hundert acht und neunzig (five hundred and ninety-eight)
  • 666: sechs hundert sechs und sechzig
  • 999: neun hundert neun und neunzig (nine hundred and ninety-nine)
  • 1000: ein tausend (tauzind)

German Numbers Intermediate Test

What do you say we try to solve our intermediate test of a few questions of German before passing on the German number?
We recommend that you thoroughly understand what we have told you so far and test it.

Now we can quickly solve a few interrogation tests.

German Numbers Intermediate Test

After our interim test of German numbers, I will go to German four-digit numbers, ie, thousand numbers.

German Numbers

The same number is made as faceted numbers.

  • 1000: ein tausend
  • 2000: zwei tausend
  • 3000: drei tausend
  • 4000: vier tausend
  • 5000: fünf tausend
  • 6000: sechs tausend
  • 7000: sieben tausend
  • 8000: acht tausend
  • 9000: neun tausend
  • 10000: zehn tausend
MISSING THIS: German Simple Cümeleler, German Sentence Examples

Here are ten thousand, twelve thousand, thirteen thousand, fourteen thousand .......
As you saw when you were expressing numbers, two digits and a thousand were entered into the business. Here, we get the count by bringing the two-digit count first and then the thousand words.

  • 11000: elf tausend
  • 12000: zwölf tausend
  • 13000: dreizehn tausend
  • 14000: vierzehn tausend
  • 15000: fünfzehn tausend
  • 16000: sechzehn tausend
  • 17000: siebzehn tausend
  • 18000: achtzehn tausend
  • 19000: neunzehn tausend
  • 20000: zwanzig tausend
Now let's go on with tens of thousands of examples:

  • 21000: ein und zwanzig tausend (twenty-one thousand)
  • 22000: zwei und zwanzig tausend (twenty-two thousand)
  • 23000: drei und zwanzig tausend (twenty three-thousand)
  • 30000: dreißig tausend (thirty-thousand)
  • 35000: fünf und dreißig tausend (thirty-five thousand)
  • 40000: vierzig tausend (fork-bin)
  • 50000: fünfzig tausend (fifty-thousand)
  • 58000: acht und fünfzig tausend (ellisekiz-bin)
  • 60000: sechzig tausend (thrown-bin)
  • 90000: neunzig tausend (ninety-thousand)
  • 100000: hundert tausend (hundred-thousand)

German Hundred Thousand Numbers

The German system is the same in hundreds of thousands.

  • 110000: hundert zehn tausend (yüzon-bin)
  • 120000: hundert zwanzig tausend (hundreds and thousands)
  • 200000: zwei hundert tausend (two hundred and thousand)
  • 250000: zwei hundert fünfzig tausend (two hundred and thousand)
  • 500000: fünf hundert tausend (five hundred and thousand)
  • 900000: neun hundert tausend (nine hundred and thousand)

If we are to gather up what we have learned so far, we can say with a generalization:
When two digit numbers were written, the first digit followed by the second digit was written und.

In three digits, for example, five hundred (105) numbers are written first, followed by five numbers after the hundred. The twenty digits are written by writing the first hundred and then twenty digits. For example, three thousand (3000) Thousands of numbers are formed by writing three thousandths and then three. 3456 (three thousand four hundred and fifty six) is formed by writing three hundredths, four hundred, then fifty six.

Larger numbers are written in the same way, starting with a big step first.

In fact, numbers in German are very easy. You can only know the numbers 1, 19, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100 from numbers 1.000 to 1.000.000. is expressed by coming.

The more exercises you make about German numbers, the better the results are in terms of both learning and remembering, as well as translating numbers into Turkish and German more quickly.

German Million Numbers

In German we write 1 million eine Millions. We can get the variations we want by putting the number we want in front of the Million word.

You will see how easy it is to look at the examples below.

  • eine Million: 1.000.000 (One million)
  • zwei Milloon: 2.000.000 (Two million)
  • drei Milloon: 3.000.000 (Three million)
  • vier Milloon: 4.000.000 (Four million)
  • 1.200.000: eine Million zwei hundert tausend (one million two hundred thousand)
  • 1.250.000: eine Million zwei hundert fünfzig tausend (one million two hundred and fifty thousand)
  • 3.500.000: drei Million fünf hundert tausend (Three million five hundred thousand)
  • 4.900.000: vier Million neun hundert tausend (Four million nine hundred thousand)
  • 15.500.000: fünfzehn Million fünf hundert tausend (fifteen million five hundred thousand)
  • 98.765.432: acht und neunzig Million sieben hundert fünf und sechzig tausend vier hundert zwei und dreißig (ninety eight million seven hundred sixty five thousand four hundred thirty two)

If you understand the logic of the above examples, you can write and say all the numbers up to billions yourself in German very easily.

Thus, we have studied and finished every aspect of the German issue, dear friends.
We will be pleased to write your questions, opinions and suggestions on the subject, your criticisms in the comment field below.

German Numerals Subject Test

Now we recommend that you solve the mini subject test with a few questions of German.
See how much did you learn German?

German Numerals Subject Test

Questions about German Numbers

Questions about German Numbers

You can write your questions and opinions about our German lessons in the AlMaxX forums or in the comments section below. All your questions will be answered by the AlMancax instructors.

Learning German We wish you all success in your life.

And if you also see English lessons English numbers You can also read the topic.

The almancax team wishes success ...

VERY EASY TO LEARN GERMAN NUMBERS WITH A WONDERFUL SUBJECT.
CLICK, LEARN GERMAN NUMBERS EASILY FROM ZERO TO MILLIONS
It has never been so easy to learn German hours.
CLICK HERE, LEARN GERMAN HOURS NOW
Learn German with our colorful painting and make sentences easily.
CLICK HERE, LEARN GERMAN COLORS NOW
Do you want to make money from the internet?
CLICK HERE, LEARN THE WAYS TO MAKE MONEY FROM THE INTERNET
INTERNET GERMAN LEARNING PRACTICE. GERMAN COURSES ARE ALWAYS WITH YOU.
CLICK, DOWNLOAD NOW
VISITOR COMMENTS - 43 COMMENT
  1. Anonymous She said:

    Do you have any information on how to write 1394?

    1. ilkerxnumx She said:

      ein tausend drei hundert vier und neunzig (read = ayn tavzInt dray hundert fi: ır und noynsig)

  2. Nida She said:

    How is 875943 number written?

  3. wannabe She said:

    Thank you so much.

1 ... 3 4 5