There are so many things to learn when you begin learning a foreign language. Most everyone starts with greetings and moves from common phrases to there, but if you are teaching a child, besides hi/bye, you need some working vocabulary to get started. Common ones to begin with are colors, numbers, and familiar household vocabulary (names of toys, favorite foods etc). So for our 3rd lesson, lets learn the numbers 1-10.
One - Un (pronounced uh)
Two - Deux (pronounced dhur)
Three - Trois (pronounced twa)
Four - Quatre (pronounced katr)
Five - Cinq (pronounced sank)
Six - Six (pronounced sees)
Seven - Sept (pronounced sept)
Eight - Huit (pronounced wheet)
Nine - Neuf (pronounced nurf
Ten - Dix (pronounced dees)
Now let's practice saying them...
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