Eleven -Onze(pronounced ohnz)
Twelve - Douze (pronounced dues)
Thirteen - Treize (pronounced tr(h)ez)
Fourteen - Quatorze (pronounced ka-torze)
Fifteen - quinze (pronounced liks cans)
Sixteen - Seize (pronounced like says)
Seventeen - Dix-Sept (pronounced dee-zet)
Eighteen - Dix Huit (pronounced deez-wheet)
Nineteen - Dix-Neuf (pronounced deez-nuf
Twenty - Vingt (pronounced ven, with the /n/ in the nose; the /g/ & /t/are silent)
Now let's practive saying them...
and now lets review the numbers we have learned so far, 1-20:
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