Firstly, there’s the number zero, which is “zéro”. Each of these pages come with a short video you can watch to learn the correct pronunciation. Numbers to 20 bingo (PDF 343 KB) added 20.3.18. France Quest (PDF 46 KB) Belgium Quest (PDF 47 KB) Switzerland Quest (PDF 46 KB) added 1.9.17. Click on the image to download the PDF These lists illustrate the general patterns of the French numbering system, which will become easier to recognize as you repeat the numbers and hear them on the audio tracks. This page includes vocabulary lists for beginners, intermediates as well as advanced learners. In French, 100 to 999 work just like in English: just say how many hundreds and then add the other numbers. Start studying French Numbers 1-100. Notes. French numbers really are quite simple to learn, in fact you only need to learn 30 or so numbers/words and you’ll have mastered all French numbers! Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. French numbers split into three lessons, 0-21, 20-60, 60-100. Different words for 70, 80 and 90 are used in different French-speaking regions. ; In French-speaking parts of Switzerland septante, huitante and nonante are used, except in the Cantons of Geneva, Neuchâtel and Jura, where quatre-vingts is generally used for 80, though huitante is becoming more common. The following tables list audio tracks for the French numbers from 0 to 100. The worksheet and word search are not my creation but have been taken from other members of the tes community (credit to “shropshire14” and “wardy2”), I have added them to this scheme of learning so they are easier to find because they work really well with these lessons. Note that when cent is at the end of the number, it takes an s, but when it's followed by another number, the s is dropped. How much does a word cost? To make things easier for you we’ve broken down the numbers in to smaller sections. Colours bingo (PDF 432 KB) added 20.3.18. Download now or view online the free printable Nombres (1-20) flashcards for kids on french language with real images French Numbers Author: T. Smith Publishing Subject: Nine worksheets to introduce children to French number words Keywords: French numbers; foreign language; primary grades; www.tlsbooks.com; T. Smith Publishing; frenchnumbers Created Date: 2/19/2009 8:44:37 AM (PDF 25 KB) added 1.9.17 P eople and their cats - logic puzzle (PDF 81 KB) added 30.4.17. And then, here are the numbers 1 to 12 in French with the pronunciation in brackets. A simple, free hand-out worksheet with all of the French Numbers 1-100, with spelling. Here you will find some free French vocabulary lists in PDF: you can use it to teach yourself french, for your exams, you can also share the lessons with your friends, colleagues or students…(just dont copy my work on another website, thanks !) In Standard French these numbers are soixante-dix, quatre-vingts and quatre-vingt-dix. French numbers through twenty also have unique translations, but counting Fernch numbers beyond that is a bit easier up until seventy, since the twenties, thirties, forties, fifites, and sixties build on base number terms. 100 and Above .