Italian numbers from 1 to 100

Italian is a very striking language with a lot of history. Because it shares 82% of the lexicon with Spanish, many think that it is quite easy to learn. However, it is that same kinship that can create some confusion when learning the language. As with other languages, start by learning the numbers in italian it's a good way to start.

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Italian is a Romance language of Indo-European origin, it is the official language of Italy and spoken by 62 million inhabitants. Whether you plan to travel to that country in a few months or you have the desire to learn the language because it attracts your attention, having a good foundation in the subject of numbers is a good way to start learning and also practicing the pronunciation.

Remember that if you are going to learn on your own you have to be patient, learn little by little and do not stop practicing.

How to write numbers in Italian

To begin, we have prepared these tables with the number in its version in both Italian and Spanish so that you can begin to memorize.

the 1 to 10

Number in Italian in Spanish
1 a a
2 the two Both of you
3 three: three
4 four four
5 five five
6 six six
7 seven seven
8 eight eight
9 nine nine
10 ten diez

the 1 to 20

Number in Italian in Spanish
1 a a
2 the two Both of you
3 three: three
4 four four
5 five five
6 six six
7 seven seven
8 eight eight
9 nine nine
10 ten diez
11 undici once
12 twelve sweet
13 thirteen thirteen
14 fourteen catorce
15 fifteen fifteen
16 sedici sixteen
17 disciassette diecisiete
18 eighteen eighteen
19 nineteen nineteen
20 twenty veinte

the 1 to 100

Number in Italian in Spanish
1 a a
2 the two Both of you
3 three: three
4 four four
5 five five
6 six six
7 seven seven
8 eight eight
9 nine nine
10 ten diez
11 undici once
12 twelve sweet
13 thirteen thirteen
14 fourteen catorce
15 fifteen fifteen
16 sedici sixteen
17 disciassette diecisiete
18 eighteen eighteen
19 nineteen nineteen
20 twenty veinte
21 twenty-one twenty
22 twenty-two twenty two
23 ventitré twenty three
24 twenty-four twenty four
25 twenty five twenty-five
26 twenty-six twenty six
27 twenty seven twenty seven
28 ventotto twenty eight
29 Twentynine twenty nine
30 thirty treinta
31 trentuno thirty-one
32 thirty two thirty-two
33 trentatré Thirty-three
34 thirty four thirty four
35 trentacin than thirty-five
36 thirtysix thirty-six
37 trentasette thirty-seven
38 trentotto thirty-eight
39 thirty nine thirty nine
40 quaranta cuarenta
41 quarantine Forty-one
42 quarantine forty two
43 quarantatré forty three
44 fortyfour Forty-four
45 quarantacin that forty five
46 quarantine egg Forty-six
47 quarantine forty-seven
48 quarantine forty-eight
49 quarantine forty nine
50 fifty fifty
51 fifty one Fifty-one
52 fifty due fifty-two
53 fifty-four Fifty-three
54 cinquantaquattro Fifty-four
55 fifty five fifty five
56 fifty five Fifty-six
57 fifty-sette fifty seven
58 Cinquantotto fifty eight
59 fifty nine fifty-nine
60 sixty sesenta
61 session tuno sixty-one
62 sessantadue Sixty-two
63 sesant Sixty-three
64 sessantaquattro sixty-four
65 sessantacinque Sixty-five
66 sessantasei Sixty-six
67 sessanta cassette sixty seven
68 sixtyeight Sixty-eight
69 sessantanove sixty nine
70 so much setenta
71 settunno seventy-one
72 seventy two Seventy-two
73 settantaré Seventy-three
74 settantaquattro seventy-four
75 settantacinque Seventy-five
76 settanta egg Seventy-six
77 settana set seventy-seven
78 settotto seventy eight
79 settannove Seventy-nine
80 eighty eighty
81 ottotuno eighty one
82 ottantadue Eighty-two
83 ottantatre Eighty-three
84 ottaquattro eighty-four
85 ottacinque eighty-five
86 ottantasei eighty-six
87 ottatasette eighty-seven
88 ottotanotto eighty-eight
89 ottantanove eighty-nine
90 ninety Ninety
91 novice Ninety-one
92 novantadue Ninety-two
93 I did not get up ninety three
94 novantaquattro Ninety-four
95 no lifting that Ninety-five
96 no get up Ninety-six
97 ninety seven Ninety-seven
98 ninety eight ninety-eight
99 ninety nine ninety nine
100 hundred one hundred

So that you do not have to always look for how to say this number or this, we have a table in the form of an image so that you can download it and always carry it with you:

how to pronounce the numbers in Italian from 1 to 100

Characteristics of the numbers in Italian

Actually, the numbering rules are somewhat simple and have a lot in common with other languages.

  • As you can see from the list, the numbers zero through ten have specific names, as in most numbering systems.
  • From eleven to sixteen the numbers are formed by the root of the number followed by ten. For instance: undici (11) twelve (12), etc. On the other hand, from seventeen to nineteen the order is reversed, that is, first the ten is placed and then the unit. For instance: disciassette (17) eighteen (18) y nineteen
  • In the case of tens, we find specific names based on the root of the figures, except in the case of ten and twenty, as can be seen in the list of numbers.
  • On the other hand, in compound numbers we find a composition that is obtained by juxtaposing the ten and the unit, which causes an apocope of the vowel at the end of the ten before a number that begins with a vowel, such as case of one or eight. For instance: ventuno (21) tempted (32), etc
  • The hundreds are made up by prefixing the word of one hundred by the multiplying number. For instance: duecent (200) three hundred (300), etc

How to pronounce numbers in Italian

We have prepared a video that will help you in the pronunciation of the numbers in Italian from 1 to 10. It is very simple, you will find an Italian native pronouncing the main numbers from 1 to 10 so that you can replicate the sounds you hear. Next:

Finally, there is a very interesting trick to be able to memorize the numbers. This is a famous proverb that can help you remember some of these numbers in Italian.

Non c'è due senza tre, il quattro vien da sè

Which is usually abbreviated as “Non c'è due senza tre”. It literally means "There are no two without three, the four come by themselves", and is equivalent to the English statement that good or bad things "always come in threes".

Lost your keys, squashed your car battery, and broke a shoe all in one morning? “Non c'è due senza tre” Three blind dates in a row? “Non c'è due senza tre” Do you need an excuse to eat another chocolate? "Non c'è due senza tre!" Remember that tens, hundreds, and ones have no spaces, that is, they are made up of a single word.

This has been all, we hope it will be useful to you and if you have any questions you can leave a comment and we will try to help you as soon as possible.

1 comment on «The numbers in Italian from 1 to 100»

  1. I like Italian, I am learning it in the course of Father Alirio from the San Josè de San Cristóbal Parish, Táchira State, Venezuela. Your information is excellent, thank you

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