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Are any of these numbers similar to the numbers in your native language? Leave us a comment and let us know!
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Hi gabriela meier,
Thanks for posting!
All of the numbers appear in different lessons. If you wish to find other related lessons, you can simply type the word "number" in the search field above (at the main menu).
In any case, this is how you write and pronounce the numbers 11 - 19 (feminine form):
אחת עשרה - akhat esre
שתים עשרה - shteyim esre
שלוש עשרה - sh'loshesre
ארבע עשרה - arba esre
חמש עשרה - khamesh esre
שש עשרה - shesh esre
שבע עשרה - sh'va esre
שמונה עשרה - sh'mona esre
תשע עשרה - t'sha esre
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Thanks for these numbers!!!
Could you please also add the numbers 11 to 19? 😀😀
Thanks for posting your question!
Here in this lesson we only show the way numbers are pronounced when they are "neutral", and usually for that we choose the feminine version as you understood already.
In other classes, we approach the difference between the feminine to the masculine numbers. To find all of the related lessons, you can simply type the word "number" in the search field above (at the main menu).
I hope that helps :) Please let us know if you have any questions!
what are the masculin forms of the numbers 0 to 100?
Hi Yuan and Yohanan Ben Gomer,
@Yuan - 184 is "מאה שמונים וארבע" - pronounced "me'ah shmonim ve-arba"
@Yohanan - thanks for the great feedback! ❤️️ Note that "עצום" is mostly used in Hebrew to describe a big size (great in the sense of "huge"), a better word here would be "מצויין" or "נהדר". Additionally, "Hebrew" is a feminine noun, therefore it is "מעניינת", and not "מעניין"... 😄
Enjoy learning Hebrew with us! 👍
אצום! עברית שפה מעניין.
How can you say 184 in Hebrew?
Hi Moses Palaruan II,
Yes, this is true. We use the feminine numbers to count undefined objects (ie. when somebody asks you to count to 10), but when describing objects we have to match the numbers to the gender (feminine/masculine) and the number (plural/singular) of the items.
I hope that's clearer now :)
I learned somewhere that for the most part, we count feminine but is there a specific rule when we must use the masculine form of the numbers or vice-versa?
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