# Counting From 1 to 100: A Journey in French Numbers

Knowing how to count in French is crucial to establishing a grip on this language. So, in this blog, we will teach you how to spell numbers 1 – 100 in French in this blog. This will help you recognise dates, order items in a café, and convey details such as age. Learning to count in this language is as important as ensuring correct grammar and pronunciation; the good news is that it’s not even hard to do! French is known to be one of the easiest languages for English speakers to learn. Keep reading to learn how to spell numbers 1 – 100 in French.

## French Counting vs English Counting

There are several irregular rules for counting in French, especially for higher numbers. However, you will be able to count as high as you want with some memorisation and understanding of how to form numbers in French. English has some fairly simple number naming conventions. For instance, number names such as seventeen and seventy, include the word 7 as the base for the new number name.

However, there’s more math and less adding to a base word in French. For instance, how you’d spell 70 in French is the word for sixty (soixante) plus the word for ten (dix) as 60+10=70, and hence, 70 is soixante-dix. Now, let’s see below the numbers 1 – 100 in French.

## Numbers 1 – 20 in French

Let’s make it easier for you to learn how to spell numbers 1 – 100 in French by breaking them down into smaller sets. Let’s start with numbers from 0 to 20.

## Numbers 21 – 50 in French

Great job! You now know how to spell numbers from 0 to 20. It’s perfectly fine if you can’t memorise all of them for now. With a little practice, you will be able to spell numbers 1 – 100 in French like a pro. Now, let’s see the numbers from 21 to 50 in this language

Check out this video to better understand how to spell numbers 1 – 100 in French:

## Numbers 51 – 80 in French

We have now covered half of the numbers 1 – 100 in French. Keep going, you are almost there! Now, let’s learn how to recognise numbers from 51 to 80 in this language.

## Numbers 81 – 100 in French

See below the numbers from 81 – 100 in the French language. With that, we complete the full counting of the numbers 1 – 100 in French.

## Quiz on Numbers 1-100 in French

Q1 – True or False: There are several irregular rules for counting in French, especially for higher numbers.

Q2 – Fill in the Blank: The number 88 is spelled  _________ in French.

Q3 – Match the following numbers with their correct word in French:

Q4 – True or False: The French name for 53 is cinquante-quatre.

Answers: A1 – True, A2 – quatre-vingt-huit, A3 – a): 2; b): 1; c): 4; d) 3, A4 – False

## FAQs

Q.1 What is 100 in French?

Answer: The French word for 100 is cent (pronounced sohn).

Q.2 Is French or Spanish easier?

Answer: Both French and Spanish are considered to be the easiest language to learn.

Q.3 What are the 7 days names in French?

Answer: Here’s how the 7 days are named in French:
1. Monday – lundi
2. Tuesday – mardi
3. Wednesday – mercredi
4. Thursday – jeudi
5. Friday – vendredi
6. Saturday – samedi
7. Sunday – dimanche

And we are done with the numbers 1 – 100 in French for today. Explore Leverage Edu’s study abroad resources for more educative blogs on French language daily. Ready, set, lingo!