Arabic numbers # 1

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Hello Readers of Learn Words, today we are going to learn some numbers in Standard Arabic. In this article we are going to focus on numbers not on their declines, rather we are going to learn it in the way that many Arabic books teach, and along with it the numbers we are used to and the number in Arabic.

In this first article we will learn the numbers from 0 to 20.

Numbers Name numbers in ArabicArabic numbers
0صفر (Sifr)0
1واحِدٌ (Wahed)1
2إثْنانِ (Ithnan)two
3ثَلاثَةٌ (Thalatha)3
4أَرْبَعةٌ (Arba´A)4
5خَمْسةٌ (Khamsa)5
6

سِتّةٌ (Sitta)

6
 7         سَبْعةٌ (Saba´A)        7

 

       8          ثَمانِيةٌ (Thamaniya)         8              
9تِسْعةٌ (Tisa´A)9
10عَشرَةٌ (´Aashra)10
11أحَدَ عَشَرَ (Ahda ´Ashara)11
12إثْنا عَشَرَ (Ithna ´Ashara)12
13ثلاثةَ عَشَرَ (Thalatha ´Ashara)13
14أَرْبَعةَ عَشَرَ (Arba´A ´Ashara)14
15خَمْسةَ عَشَرَ (Khamsa ´Ashara)15
16سِتّةَ عَشَرَ (Sitta ´Ashara)16 

 

 17          سَبْعةَ عَشَرَ (Saba´a ´Ashara)        17   
18ثَمانيةَ عَشَرَ (Thamania ´Ashara)18
19تِسْعةَ عَشَرَ (Tisa´A ´Ashara)19
20عِشْرونَ (´Aishuruna)20

Maybe you are wondering, is it really that the Arabic numbers are like that ???

Arabic clock

Arabic watch

 

We saw that even knowing the numbers is important in Arabic, because the numbers they use are different from ours. To finish, let's leave a video with the pronunciations:

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