## How do you count from 1 to 20 in German?

German Numbers 1-20

- One = eins.
- Two = zwei.
- Three = drei.
- Four = vier.
- Five = fünf.
- Six = sechs.
- Seven = sieben.
- Eight = acht.

## How do you write a 1 to 20 table?

In this mini-lesson, you will learn the multiplication tables from 1 to 20….Printable Multiplication Tables from 1 to 20 PDF Download.

Table of 2 | Table of 3 |
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Table of 14 | Table of 15 |

Table of 16 | Table of 17 |

Table of 18 | Table of 19 |

Table of 20 |

**What is the rule for forming numbers after 20 in German?**

The general rule for forming ordinal numbers is to add -te to the numbers 1 through 19 and then -ste to the numbers 20 and higher. For example, Nach der achten Tasse Kaffee, ist er am Schreibtisch eingeschlafen.

**How do you say the numbers 1 to 100 in German?**

For any number in between, simply follow the pattern: one-and-twenty (einundzwanzig), two-and-twenty (zweiundzwanzig), three-and-twenty (dreiundzwanzig), all the way through nine….Twenty to One Hundred.

Number | German Word | Pronunciation |
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70 | siebzig | SEEB-tsig |

80 | achtzig | AHKT-sig |

90 | neunzig | NOIN-tsig |

100 | hundert | HOON-dert |

### How do you count from 0 to 20 in German?

Counting From Zero To Twenty In German

- six — sechs.
- eight — acht.
- eleven — elf.
- fourteen — vierzehn.
- fifteen — fünfzehn.
- sixteen — sechzehn.
- seventeen — siebzehn.
- eighteen — achtzehn.

### How do you say 20 in German?

Twenty is “zwanzig” (TSVAHN-tsikh). Thirty is “dreißig” (DRIGH-sikh). The “ß,” called an Eszett or scharfes S (sharp S), is a unique German letter pronounced essentially like the “s” sound in “kiss” or “bless.”

**What is the 20 times table?**

20 Times Table up to 10 | |
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20 × 1 = 20 | 20 × 6 = 120 |

20 × 2 = 40 | 20 × 7 = 140 |

20 × 3 = 60 | 20 × 8 = 160 |

20 × 4 = 80 | 20 × 9 = 180 |

**In which table does 25 come?**

25 once is 25, 25 twos are 50, 25 threes are 75, 25 four’s are 100, 25 fives are 125, 25 six are 150, 25 seven’s are 175, 25 eights are 200, 25 nines are 225 and 25 ten’s are 250.

## How do you write 20 in German?

20s or Twenties

- 20: zwanzig (“twenty”) der zwanzigste, der 20. (
- 21: einundzwanzig (“twenty-one”)
- 22: zweiundzwanzig (“twenty-two”)
- 23: dreiundzwanzig (“twenty-three”)
- 24: vierundzwanzig (“twenty-four”)
- 25: fünfundzwanzig (“twenty-five”)
- 26: sechsundzwanzig (“twenty-six”)
- 27: siebenundzwanzig (“twenty-seven”)

## How do you count to 30 in German?

Here you can clearly see the pattern in the numbers

- 21 = einundzwanzig.
- 22 = zweiundzwanzig.
- 23 = dreiundzwanzig.
- 24 = vierundzwanzig.
- 25 = fünfundzwanzig.
- 30 = dreißig.
- 31 = einunddreißig.
- 32 = zweiunddreißig.

**Does 100 tables have 20?**

On this page, you can find the table of 100 up to 20….Table of 100 up to 20.

100 × 11 = 1100 | 100 × 16 = 1600 |
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100 × 14 = 1400 | 100 × 19 = 1900 |

100 × 15 = 1500 | 100 × 20 = 2000 |

**What are some examples of German numbers that count to 20?**

Example: null, vier; zwölf, vierzehn, zwanzig = 04 12 14 20 (German phone numbers are often printed/written in groups of two-number pairs.) Flippo, Hyde. “German Numbers and Counting From 0 to 20.”

### What is Maths Table 1 to 20 used for?

Maths table 1 to 20 is the basis of arithmetic calculations that are most widely used in multiplication and division. Table 1 will produce the original number. Multiplication of any number with 1 results in the original number.

### What are the German numbers between 13 and 19?

For the other German numbers between 13 and 19 you take the first four letters of the number between three and nine (like the rule above) and add the word “zehn” or ten at the end: drei zehn (“thirteen”), vier zehn (“fourteen”), fünf zehn (“fifteen”), and so on. Between forty and ninety, all of these numbers are regular.

**How easy is it to learn German numbers?**

It is fairly easy to learn to rattle off the numbers — “eins, zwei, drei…” and so forth. However, most of the time numbers are used in more practical ways: in telephone numbers, in math problems, in prices, for addresses, etc.